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Headache, left side of face swollen, pressure around left eye and cheek bone. Migraine medications not effective. Advise?

Hi I'm 24 year old female. I have been having head aches, swelling of the left side of my face and eye,feeling of pressure around my left eye and cheek bone. I have had these symptoms for over a year and they seem to be getting slightly worse. The GP has explored migraine medications, non of which have been effective ???
Asked On : Sat, 27 Apr 2013
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Hello.Effectively diagnose your symptoms indicate migraine.Currently very good treatments for migraine, both to prevent the emergence of crises and to treat crisis.Also reported that migraine attacks are caused by factors such as stress, menstruation, poor sleep,alcohol or excesses of food.Si a treatment for migraine has not been effective, your doctor should try another.The currently most used drugs for migraine are serotonin receptor agonists.I wish you good health.
Answered: Sun, 28 Apr 2013
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