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Suffering from headache, vomiting tendency and loose motion. Noticed swelling in neck. What's wrong?

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Sir, I am 32 years working women and suffering from severe headache after going outside in sun even for 5 minutes and later ends in vomitting tendency and loose motion for 1 or 2 times. After that it'll be ok.....And i'm forced to take paracetamole tablet of 650mg at least 3 times daily when headache comes. This headache later stage will be coming down to back neck and results in swelling in neck. What is this actaully?
Posted Sun, 3 Mar 2013 in Headache and Migraines
Answered by Dr. Gopal Krishna Dash 6 minutes later
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The causes of headache are many. It can be due to tension headache, migraine, brain infection/tumor/vascular malformation and so on.

You need evaluation by a local neurologist who can examine you and guide you regarding the diagnostic tests required to conclude regarding your symptoms.

You need to identify other risk factors, which can aggravate the headache and try to avoid it.

There is a good possibility that it could be migraine and you will improve with treatment.

Your neurologist will help you through tests and examination.

Hope this clarifies.
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Thank you Dr. for your valuable advice....
Answered by Dr. Gopal Krishna Dash 3 minutes later
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