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Shall i get worried of migraines that follow after nightmares ?

Hi, I have recently been getting several migraines, I have related them to a couple of triggers, the strangest one being nightmares . When I wake up after/during a nightmare I get a migraines within 3 minutes of waking up. Is this related to something more serious? Female early 30's Hi, I have recently been getting several migraines, I have related them to a couple of triggers, the strangest one being nightmares. When I wake up after/during a nightmare I get a migraines within 3 minutes of waking up. Is this related to something more serious? Female early 30 s average weight.
Asked On : Fri, 3 Jun 2011
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General Surgeon 's  Response
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it is classical of migraine and definately not serious..take tablet dolo-650 before u go to bed..its always better to avoid the triggering factors..
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General & Family Physician Dr. Sujeet N Charugulla's  Response
Contrary to the popular belief, most migraine headaches are from trivial reasons and are well controlled by drugs.
Don't ponder too much about the nightmare trigger. Severity depends on the clinical classification rather than trigger factors.
Get yourself treated at the earliest for prescription migraine drugs.
Avoid all those triggers you have carefully noted.
Improve your lifestyle - calming techniques too.
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