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Chronic headache, short episodes. On nimesulide, paracetamol. MRI normal. Will naxdom relieve pain?

my is old case of headache for past 11 years this headache happens one s in every year for 20 to 30 at any time of a day. some time left side of head and some times right side . i got MRI scan done . and doctor says it normal . he give me pain killer (nimesulide+ paracetamol ) for emergence and nothing else prescribed . till now it was working but this time the pain is not stopping by the given medicine. SO DOCTOR prescribed naxdom 250 to take when pain is unbearable . please tell me from what i am suffering from ,is the medicine given is correct and is their is a medicine which can cure it permanently. reasons for this disease
Asked On : Mon, 23 Jul 2012
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It seems from the history that you are having chronic headache and treated with paracetamol and nimesulide. Since it has not responded you are prescribed naxodom.
Naxodom is prescribed for treatment of acute migraine and it contains naproxen, an analgesic and domperidone, an antiemetic.
The treatment is correct for treatment of acute attack of migraine.
However to prevent recurrent attacks you need yo use prophylactic drugs like flunarizine or beta blockers.

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