Thanks for the query.
I went through the details submitted and my comments are as follows:
1. Though the pain description of migraine headaches varies individually, a person with chronic and recurring migraine has similar characteristic headaches during each of his migraine attacks. Hence I agree with you; the current symptoms are unlikely to be related to migraine.
2. Proamitine, a vasopressor agent is reported to cause few side effects and headache (pressure feeling in the head) is a one of the common and typical side effect.
3. Nasal bleeding
is commonly associated with hypertension
. In the absence of high blood pressure
, I cannot attribute it to the vasopressor drug. However my theory is that the drug may be causing localised vasoconstriction
/ squeezing effects on the nasal blood vessels causing it to bleed.
4. Pacemaker has no relation to your current headaches and nasal bleeds. But I would like to know if you are on antiplatelet/anticoagulant
drugs). Such anticoagulants which are routinely prescribed to patients with atrial fibrillation
can cause bleeding tendency. If you are on such agents, then it could be causing such bleeds.
5. That being said, it is definitely worth consulting an ENT surgeon to rule out local nasal causes.
Hope I have provided with useful information pertaining to your query. Let me know if you have any other enquiries.