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Lost conscious in an accident. Stopped taking medicines. Regular headaches, tiredness. Start them again?

Hello Sir, Iam a 21 yrs old female..i met an accident 2 years ago..i dont know what happend to me..i lost my concious and found myself in hospital.. treatment began..i ate medicine for olmost a year due to some unavoidable reasons i stopped taking medicine (which is not to be stopped in any circumstance) 6 mnths back i went to dr and ask for the tretment..i have been advised to take following medicines : BETA CAP TR 40 NAXDOM 500 NOAL - DP LOXOF 500 MG SINOMET NASAL DROPS again due to some unacoidable reasons i have stopped taking these medicines now a days iam feeling headache ..tired ness..iam feeling sleepy all time.. can i start taking these medcine again..?? i have gained a lot of face is bulky now..
Asked On : Sat, 9 Feb 2013
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you didn't mention that was there any MRI brain scan done or not, if yes then what result was that!!! If those test was not done then go for EEG and MRI Brain then consult a neurologist. thanks
Answered: Mon, 1 Jul 2013
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