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Eye pain, headache before menstrual period. Paracetamol, aspirin taken to relieve pain. Treatment?

Hi doc.... I have observed that every end of the month before my menstrual period i suffer left eye pain as well as my front head part. It's been 3mos.. Please tell me what are the causes of these, sometimes i can't take the pain i get paracetamol or aspirin just to relieve the pain. What are some treatments for this. Please help me...i'm really in pain.
Asked On : Mon, 1 Apr 2013
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Head ache before menstruation is a common symptom and it is called as premenstrual syndrome. The basic treatment is by analgesics. you can take the tablets what you have been taking. If the symptoms are very severe consult your physician or gynaecologist he may prescribe some other drugs like contraceptives, serotonin reuptake inhibitors which may be beneficial in your case
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