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Date : 21-Feb-2012
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User :   Hi
I have been having wierd striking head pains on the right upper side of my head. I was thinking if it could be aneurysm?
Doctor :   helo
Doctor :   helo**
User :   hi
Doctor :   may i know your age and gender please ?
User :   Male
User :   23 years old
Doctor :   since when you have been having these headaches ?
Doctor :   are they constant or they come and go ?
User :   ive been havening them for the past 2 days
User :   but have felt them in the past where they would show up for about and hour or so
User :   but this time ive had it since yesterday morning till now
Doctor :   is your wort stress related ?
Doctor :   work**
User :   my stress from 1 to 10 would be 5
Doctor :   do you smoke or consume alcohol ?
User :   no alcohol
User :   smoke hookah a few nights a week
User :   flavored tabaco only
Doctor :   ok
Doctor :   now as far as your query
Doctor :   dont worry its not an aneurysm
Doctor :   as it wont present like that
Doctor :   what it can be though is migraine
Doctor :   or cluster headache
User :   well i do get migraines
User :   i get blured visoin and upset stomach befor the pain comes
User :   and the pain lasts for about 24 hours
Doctor :   what all medications have you been taking
User :   advil
User :   and migrane exederin
User :   other meds are nyquil since i have the cold
Doctor :   Niacin has proved helpful in relieving migraine pain. Valuable sources of this vitamin are yeast, whole wheat, green leafy vegetables, tomatoes, nuts, sunflower seeds, liver and fish. Vitamin I complex tablets containing 100 mg of niacin can be taken for migraine treatment
Doctor :   Carrot juice combined with spinach, beet and cucumber juices are good for migraine treatment. Use on the 2 following mixtures as migraine therapy: 1: Mix 200 ml of spinach juice with 300 ml of carrot juice.
2: Mix 100 ml each of beet and cucumber juices with 300 ml of carrot juice.
Doctor :   Drink water regularly and in good quantity. Eat frequent smaller meals than lesser large meals. This help your digestion process
Doctor :   Exercise regularly and frequent fresh air walks help relieve migraine tension.
User :   But do u think that this pain is a part of my migranes?
Doctor :   yes it is
User :   ok
Doctor :   Garlic is potent detoxifier and also best for treating migraine. You can go for taking raw garlic and can also go for cooked garlic in various forms.
User :   i was worried that it could be a vein or wessel on my head that was going to burst or puncture
Doctor :   Try to avoid direct sunlight. Sunlight irritates the eyes and so worsens the case of migraine.
Doctor :   Compresses of ice can help to constrict blood vessels, returning them to normal size. Therefore, an effective home remedy for a migraine headache is to take a soft, cold ice pack and wrap it in a towel. Then hold it against your temples and forehead, alternating positions every few seconds. Repeat this for up to three minutes to alleviate migraine pain
Doctor :   also cut down on your smoking
Doctor :   and you will be fine
Doctor :   dont worry
User :   thank you
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