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Migraine, headache, vomiting. Molluscum Contagiosum. Is it related to exposure to sun? - Online Doctor Chats

Date : 12-Jun-2013
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User:My wife has migraine head ache and she is taking medication whenever she suffers from head ache. But, another condition is that, whenever is does head bath, by the end of that day, she gets head ache so severely that she gets vomitings and she can't eat any thing. Please explain the condition and any way out to get rid of this. Please explain the Medications, Food habits, Personal care and any other care if required. Do exposure to sun light has any role to play here?
User:hello sir
User:we spoke some time earlier
Doctor:How can I help you today?
User:over chat and phone also
Doctor:I remember
User:i have sent u images too
User:actually i had seen a dermatologist today
Doctor:So what brings you on chat today?
User:she told that it is Molluscum Contagiosum
User:caused by skin to skin contact
User:as i explained her my sexual history also
User:she referred several tests
User:results are yet to come
Doctor:Yes it is better to get tested.
User:can u please explain me about this infection please
Doctor:It did not seem like mollusca from photos
User:is it something serious?
Doctor:It is not serious.
User:mm.. may b close examination found them..
Doctor:It is a viral infection.
Doctor:Molluscum skin lesion usually has an indentation in the center.
Doctor:It can recur
User:ok.. she told that, applying some medicinal drops is required
User:that can kill virus
Doctor:Mostly the doctor aims at treating the lesions so that they do not spread
User:but u have to keep a check on the spread
User:atleast for next 4 months
Doctor:A topical medicine is applied on the lesions.
Doctor:to suppress the lesions.
Doctor:Though it is harmless but it tends to spread fast
Doctor:Most people have complete clearing within 4- 6 months.
User:so, as in my case, since hiv dna pcr qualitative analysis test after 30days eliminated the hiv risk, worry about these rest of minor infections is not necessary right?
User:appropriate care is enough?
Doctor:A person's immunity plays a big role in clearing them away.
Doctor:I think you have great immunity and the lesions will clear away.
Doctor:Yes you may take personal care.
Doctor:It should not spread further until the lesions have been taken care of medically.
Doctor:Do you have any question?
User:ok.. sure doctor, my only major question is, Is there any thing to worry about
Doctor:Not really.
User:with this infection
Doctor:Do you have any question here?
User:doctor referred me HbsAg, HSV I, II antibody tests, VDRL and CUE test
User:do I have to undergo any other tests
User:to be 200% sure
Doctor:Mostly it is diagnosed by looking at them.
Doctor:Otherwise a skin scraping can be put under a microscope and tested.
Doctor:The tests that she has prescribed are for other viruses that may also be present.
Doctor:VDRL is to check for syphilis
User:yes.. thats an sti
Doctor:CUE I think means creatinine, urea, electrolytes
Doctor:Yes it is better to get tested for these infections.
Doctor:Any question here?
User:its complete urine examination
User:no doctir
User:its clear now
User:thanks fr ur time
Doctor:Thanks for coming on chat
Doctor:Hope I helped
Doctor:I need to close the chat window now
User:sure doctor
Doctor:You can always login again to chat with a doctor 24/7
User:thank you.. bye
Doctor:Take care
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