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Headache, upper lip vibration, heaviness in cheek, normal MRI. Help

hi i m sheetal. i m 29years old. i m not married. before two months i feel pain in my left side headache . from the very first week my left upper lip vibrate when i felt pain.. now it stop... now my upper left cheek feel heavyness.. i m too worried... i get my MRI but its normal. i got check my eyesight. its also perfect.. plz help me... one of the doctore prescribe me nulokind more and neurobion forte...
Asked On : Thu, 18 Oct 2012
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Emergency Medicine Specialist 's  Response
Hi Sheetal,
Thanks for writing your query.
One sided headaches are usually Migraine headaches.
Migraine can be triggered by many factors, common of them are:-
1. Lack of sleep
2. Stress
3. Missed meal
4. Heavy exercise
5. Menstural periods
6. Dairy products
7. Alcohol and smoking
You can look out which triggers your attack and can avoid it.
MRI is usually normal in migraine.
Taking Paracetamol along with Domperidone is helpful. Please get yourself examined by a Neurophysician.
I hope this is helpful to you.
Answered: Fri, 19 Oct 2012
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