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Headaches and nausea in the family. Should we worry about it?

Hello, Im scared. I m 16 years old. I ve been getting alot of headaches lately and I told my dad but he says that it runs in the family because he use to get alot too and still does, but also ive been feeling nauseous alot and i dont know why. I know i don t eat like I should, i have a very poor diet . Could that have something to do with it? The doctor called and said she has the results from a recent blood test that I took so I ll find out monday. What could be wron? PLEASE HELP!
Asked On : Wed, 25 Jul 2012
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Internal Medicine Specialist 's  Response
Dear friend, welcome to HCM.
headache nd nausea can have many causes. familial tendency can be in migraine. what test was done?
but you should not worry uncessarily and get headache again !
relax, nothing serious is suggestive. look , your father lived so long !!
just joking. ...
still woulds be glad to know your progress. keep me informed .
good luck
get paracetamol till then.2-3 times a day if headache.
Answered: Thu, 26 Jul 2012
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