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Migraine headache,pain from back of the head, taking sibelium 10mg, naxdom 500mg. Best medicine and side effects?

Hi, I am taking sibelium 10mb and naxdom 500mg to cure my migraine headache.I m not very sure of the reasons of migraine.Normally it starts from the back of the head where our hairs end and then it comes to one side of forehead .Is this medicine the best one for migraine and what are the sideeffects ? Thanks n Regards, Arun Yadav
Asked On : Sun, 13 May 2012
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Your symptoms suggest migraine most likely.The usual triggers are lack of sleep,tensios at work or otherwise,loud noises,,travel certai foods like chocolates,MSG seen in chinese food ,cheese etc.Direct sunlight noises can be aggravating.Your medicine is correct ,there are other options too.You must continue this at least for a month to allow yourswelf freedom from early recurrences.But sometime it will recur again and again.It may be wise to scan your head once if not done.
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