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Triggers that cause migraine - Online Doctor Chats

Date : 21-Feb-2012
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User :   I'm not exactly sure whats going on. I had migranes really bad about 6 years ago and they never found anything wrong & it eventually went away. But about 2 months ago I started getting sick randomly - sometimes its just once a week sometimes its multiple days in a week. But when it happens, I wake up vomiting & I do it ALL day long. Sometimes its just for the day & other time it'll last a few days. I get horrible migraines with it & shakes really really bad. I went to kings island yesterday & the first roller coaster I rode I completely blacked out, my eyes rolled back in my head & i didn't remember the ride & then I was sick the rest of the day,just nauseated & as of right now I've still been nausous & vomiting
Doctor :   Hi
Doctor :   let me read
User :   hi
Doctor :   ok
Doctor :   do you used to suffer from dizziness from child hood ?
User :   no
Doctor :   feeling of buzzing/ hissing sound in the ear /
User :   no
Doctor :   are you on any medications ?
User :   Zoloft - 100 Mg a day
Doctor :   ok
Doctor :   you are a known case of migraine. you need to know the triggering factors which causes them
Doctor :   migraine do not go away, it does not affect unless there is a triggering factor
Doctor :   and stress is the most common factor
Doctor :   frequent travel, the roller coaster ride, bright light, loud sound, lack of sleep
Doctor :   trigerring factors
User :   i havent been stressed & i just dont feel this is normal.. Im less stressed now than i have been in a while
User :   I had a baby in november which is why i ended up on zoloft bc post partum but ive been great until this vomiting thing started & its happening so often
Doctor :   yes pregnancy is a stress and it is a triggering factor for the migraine.
Doctor :   right now what you can do is take adequate rest
Doctor :   continue the medications which you are on
User :   I've tried rest - its seems to just come back\
User :   I just want to make sure you don't think its something in my head thats wrong?.. like something I would need a CT scan or something for
Doctor :   no it is not that serious to say you need an intervention and a diagnostic work up
Doctor :   it is a simple migraine and the nausea and vomiting associated with it
Doctor :   it is a simple but the treatment is quite dificult
Doctor :   it is often refractory to many medicines
Doctor :   what you need is rest
Doctor :   avoiding the triggering factor
Doctor :   the medicines to be continued
Doctor :   if nausea and vomiting is very much troublesome you can obtain an prescription for the antihistamine anti emetic
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