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Headache with a feeling of blood rising to the head - Online Doctor Chats

Date : 13-Jan-2012
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Very Good Posted in: Headache and Migraines
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Doctor :   Hi
User :   Hi Doctor,
Doctor :   How can I help yu
User :   My wife is having consistent headache almost daily and she says she can feel blood raising into her head each time..
Doctor :   ok
Doctor :   What is her age and Since when is she having it
User :   she dont usually take ANY medicines/tablets... I want to know what best i can do now
User :   she is 25, we are married just 2 months now.. she has got this from almost 6 months
Doctor :   ok
Doctor :   which are the portions of the head that she gets it and before the start of it
User :   I think i need some advise as to what initial things i need to do
Doctor :   does she have any XXXXXXXX or any symptoms that she
Doctor :   gets
User :   around the top of eyes and then covers to the entire head
Doctor :   For that i would like to know what is causing it and after that I shall be able to tell you what best can be done for it
User :   no, symptoms as such, it just comes and stays for a LONG time
User :   what should i do now?
Doctor :   In all probability it could be a Vascular headache and more likely be a Migraine
Doctor :   When she is having it It would be best to take analgesic like Paracetamol 650mg
Doctor :   and Black Coffee without milk or sugar
Doctor :   but will need evaluation to know the exact cause

Doctor :   and also if there is any correlation with her menstrual cycles
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