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Recurring headache, family history of brain tumor - Online Doctor Chats

Date : 13-Jan-2012
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Very Good Posted in: Headache and Migraines
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Doctor :   hi
Doctor :how can i help u
Doctor :   please proceed with your query
User :   Hello doctor
Doctor :hello
User :   i have severe headache daily in the mornings
User :   after reaching office
Doctor :ok
Doctor :   i will help u in thi s
Doctor :   can i askf few Q
User :   Yes pls
Doctor :wat your age
User :   28
Doctor :   ok
Doctor :   how many episodes of headache per week
User :   5 to 6
User :   even more than that
Doctor :   does the headache increases on bending the head down
User :   Sorry to interrupt
Doctor :   ok
User :   two of my relatives died before the age of 35 due to brain tumoor
Doctor :   does it increase on cougilng, sneezing,
Doctor :   ok
User :   so i have a doubt whether am also suffering from that
User :   s ofcourse
User :   it increase on coughing
User :   i even vomit few times
User :   bcoz of headache
Doctor :   do yu have running nose or sneezing at the time of headache
User :   no
Doctor :do yu have blurring of vision
Doctor :did yu take any treatment

Doctor :  
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