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are a common day to day complain and in as much as they could just be primary and responding to normal pain killers like paracetamol
, they may as well be indicative of serious secondary causes that require more attention.
It is important to visit a doctor so that if there is any secondary cause of the headaches, it should be sorted out and the underlying condition treated.
Affections such as dental problems, sinusitis
, visual accommodation defects, space occupying lesions in the brain could possibly account for persistent headaches that are increasing in intensity and resisting pain killers. Paracetamol and ibuprofen combination forms a potent pain killer.