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Having headache. Taken cidolutnor. Side effect? Suggest

Hi am 39 years old took 3 bills of cidolutnor for 10 days from 30 of March to 8 th of April 3 times /day i had something like period started 11th April and ended 16th April. Since 17th till date i have a very severe headache that no painkllers would stop .could it be due to the medicine ??? I was taking it as i had little bleeding between periods and dr advised me
to take cidolutnor need you opinion please thanks marwa

Asked On : Thu, 25 Apr 2013
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Headache is a side effect of that tablet. From your explanation right now you are not on that medication. So now we can't say your headache is due to tablets side effect. Your headache could be due to other reasons. You need to get evaluated for that. Consult your physician for evaluation.
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Dr. Vidya
Answered: Tue, 25 Jun 2013
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