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Headache, mild and acute, chronic condition. History of anemia. Treatment options?

hi, I have headache every single day, sometimes its mild and sometimes acute stabbing pain, but I can feel it anytime of the day. its been 2 years. I have tried every single painkiller. My doctor said its migraine CT was normal. I had anemia but now my hemoglobin is in normal range. what should I do, I cant take this pain anymore.
Asked On : Mon, 1 Oct 2012
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I admire you For positive outlook.

Migraine headache is episodic in nature, unilateral and throbbing in nature.
If you have this symptoms then go for anti migraine medicines like propranalol, sod valproate, flunarizine etc.

it may also has associated with tension headache means migraine co morbid with tension headache.

But do consultation and do some investigation like fundus examination if needed.

Tab amitryptiline has dual role in both the headache.

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