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Headaches, tried antibiotics for sinus, no relief, blood test normal. CT-Scan an irregularity. Migraine? Should i be concerned?

I have been struggling with ongoing headaches for over a month. Been seeing my doctor for about three weeks - tried antibiotics for sinus , then some steroids - both to no avail. Did blood test - normal. Had CT-Scan that showed an irregularity that was old and starting topiramate tonight thinking I am having migraines. I will be seeing a neurologist in about a week. Right now as I am sitting here my legs and my arms feel funny - kinda tingly and light. Should I be concerned?
Asked On : Mon, 4 Mar 2013
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Thank you for the query.
It is likely to be migraine and the drug topiranate for prophylaxis is a good choice and you need to take that for atleast 2-3 months at night to get some free interval and for acute attacks if it is not severe analgesia is enough.Before starting your prophylactic treatment please contact your doctor.Thank you.
Answered: Sun, 11 Aug 2013
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