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I experience headaches and my eye hurts

hi, i experience headaches for a week. it started at the office, it hurts at my head and felt some dizziness and feels want to vomit but theres nothing just a feeling. it irritates also the light here at the office because this room has plenty of lights and my eye feels hurt. everytime i close my eyes it feels heaven and i want to close my eyes all the time. now i have a headache again and i think i have this headache again for week. i drink an advil for a headaches but i felt that it worsen my headaches and never heal. what this could be? is it serious. need some help. thanks
Asked On : Mon, 7 Mar 2011
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ENT Specialist 's  Response

This can be either migraine or sinus headache. You need to get an ENT consultation done. Migraine headache can aggravate during stress, exposed to bright light, dehydration, hunger, etc.. Headache because of maxillary sinusitis appears during afternoon. Both have different modes of management.

Dr. Naveen Kumar
Answered: Mon, 7 Mar 2011
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  Anonymous's Response
yeah, i have colds between lunch time and 10:00am, it worsen when 1:00pm and i feel when 4:00pm. almost everyday i have colds. specially in the morning after i wake up. it starts with sneeze then colds. i take sinutab for my colds or decolgen. is it just my sinusitis? they say it's allergy. is it true? thanks for your informative answer.
Answered: Tue, 8 Mar 2011
  User's Response
I have been getting these types of headaches for over 10 years. They are migraines. Take it from me they are very difficult to live with, I can get them everyday or 3 times a week if I'm lucky. I go to a Neurologist, as they are the only kind of doctor that can treat these kind of headaches. Advil will not help. They usually prescribe codeine, vicodin, and very extreme migraine meds. I would suggest looking for a Neurologist near you to get looked at.

Also, certain foods can trigger these headaches. Chocolate, MSG in Chinese foods....try to stay away from things like that. Most of the time these headaches have to do with the food you eat. Try to write down what you eat to figure out what it could be. If that doesn't work...well, get pain killers from the Neuro.

If it is your sinus...well then the sinus needs to be cleared.

Feel better, I know your pain!
Answered: Tue, 8 Mar 2011
ENT Specialist Dr. Naveen Kumar's  Response

This appears to be allergic rhinosinusitis, you please consult your ENT specialist. You will require steroid nasal spray, some mucolytics and anti-inflammatory medicines. Also, drink plenty of warm water, take steam inhalations 2-3 times/day and use saline nasal drops. Any more doubts you are welcome.

Dr. Naveen Kumar
Answered: Tue, 8 Mar 2011
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  Anonymous's Response
i have a question again... i felt this for a year every time i eat or talk there something sound at my right jaw. one morning i try to yawn but it feels like it locked and i cant open for a second. then i massage my jaw after that i can open now my mouth.
but sometimes i carefully open my mouth to not experience again to locked it. because one time it last for less than a minute. what is this?
my friend had the same situation and said it was a jaw breaking and she visit an orthodontics (if im not mistaken) and repair her teeth, so that her jaw would be intact again. i just experience this when im graduated in college. thanks for answering my questions. it give me information!
Answered: Tue, 8 Mar 2011
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