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Pain in the left side of head. Prescribed medicines. Stable but not cured. Suggestions?

Good Afternoon Sir. My wife have a paid in the left side of the brain outer layer. I also consult with doctor & he have given medicine like Topaz - 25, Chymoral & 1 sos is Naxdom 500. But after taken topaz 25 & Chymoral paid has low. But suddenly pain to not tolerable & as per Dr. advice i given Naxdom 500. Now paid is quite stable but not cure properly. Please guide me.. Jay Das.
Asked On : Sun, 3 Mar 2013
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After having a look on your history and in that you have mentioned about the treatment she is taking and from that I can tell you that she is suffering from migraine. The things you need to know is we cannot completely cure migraine but with prophylaxis you will have less frequent attacks and even in some people we will see free intervals of some years or months. The prophylaxis treatment you are taking like topaz is good drug to use in prophylaxis and you need to use it atleast 2 months at bed time.Hope this answers your query.Thank you.
Answered: Sun, 18 Aug 2013
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