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Head ache, disprin, one side only, - Online Doctor Chats

Date : 21-Feb-2012
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Very Good Posted in: Headache and Migraines
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Doctor :   hi
User :   hi
Doctor :   here
User :   hello Dr
Doctor :   how can i help you todday
User :   i just want to know dat i was feeling headache yesterday n its continuing today as well
User :   bt yesterday it was more painful today its light
User :   i have taken disprin yesterday
Doctor :   May i know if u have any other symptoms ?
User :   not likely
Doctor :   can u describe the headache ?
User :   just d pain in head
Doctor :   is it throbbing type, or pins and needles type ?
Doctor :   is it on one side only ?
User :   one side only
Doctor :   which side do u have ?
User :   right
Doctor :   Do u have any eye pain ? Any tears in the eye ? Any redness in the eye ?
User :   no
Doctor :   Does it occur during the evening ?
User :   no it was just yesterday n it wasn't a frequent problem
Doctor :   from the description it seems to be a tension headahce
Doctor :   associated with stress
User :   not much
Doctor :   you might benefit by taking ibuprofen 400 mg tablets , 3 times a day
User :   ok fine thanks
Doctor :   u r welcome
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