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Experiencing waves, whooshing, wind in head, took Topomax for migraines. Is this a side effect ?

I am currently experiencing waves, whooshing, wind? something in my head and it s driving me crazy! It s been for the last hour. I did recently just up my dose of Topomax to one pill morning and night for migraines. I wad at half a pill last week...could this be a side effect? And how can I make it stop I would rather have s migraine!
Asked On : Sun, 10 Feb 2013
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Thanks for posting your query in HCM,

I have noted your complaints and medical history

This symptoms could be a rare side effects of topiramate, which is not dose- dependent

Please get back to your neurologist and get re-evaluated.

There are other options for migraine too. He will guide you select the appropriate medicine for migraine

Hope this clarifies your query
Answered: Tue, 12 Feb 2013
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