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Daily headaches after getting together, takes migraine pills. Bleeding from nose. What is it ?

Hi, since me and my girlfriend got together i see her go through this pain every night. She has daily headaches she says her head is pounding and after her headaches her body feels weak. I have took her to the hospital and they did a cat scam they said her brain is fine. I dont know what else to do she takes migraine pills to make her headache go away. Today she was bleeding from her nose and said her head hurt so much.. I dont know what it is anymore and i ve taken her the hospital 3 times for the same thing and the doctors say shes fine.
Asked On : Sat, 9 Mar 2013
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Thank you for the query.
The first thing I need to mention is as she is having migraine,migraine itself when it is severe causes nasal bleed.And even sinusitis will cause headache and nasal bleed so I advice you to take prophylactic treatment for this after consulting your doctor.For acute attacks take tab.headset.Thank you.
Answered: Tue, 6 Aug 2013
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