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Suffering from post herpetic neuralgia. Previously affected by herpes zoster. Having severe headache. Treatment?

i m suffering from post herptic neuralgia from last 3 days.. prevoiusly i was affected by herpis zoster 15 days ago.i still have a black marks strain on the left side of forehead .. i have a countinous headache and at times a get a severe headache for 30 sec like a electrical shock in my brain .. please suggest me some steps
Asked On : Sat, 30 Jun 2012
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You might also have a condition called hemicrania continua which will not respond t traditional agents, but will respond well to Indomethacin. Consult your doctor about this.
Answered: Wed, 4 Jul 2012
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hi,these effects are modest, and supportive therapy alone is sufficient like gabapentine, amitryptiline, and capsaicin ointment may be used with physicians advice.these effects may persist for 4-5 weeks. thanx for sharing. have a good health.
Answered: Sat, 30 Jun 2012
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