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Migraine like headache, nausea. Used sunbed. Dehydrated or symptoms of what disease?

I used a sunbed for the first time for 3 minutes about 5 hours ago. I have a Type 1 skin (very pale and freckled) but have not noticed any change in my skin, although I expected to redden or burn given my extremely pale skin. However, I am experiencing a migraine-like headache and nausea and I'm concerned that my body could be reacting badly to even this small exposure to the UV light. It's entirely possible that I could simply be dehydrated but wondered if these symptoms could point to anything more serious. Thank you!
Asked On : Fri, 29 Mar 2013
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In migraine you will have photophobia and that might be the reason of your headache after exposure to light.Consult your doctor for prophylactic treatment along with treatment for acute attacks.I suggest headset 25mg tablet for acute attacks as it gives better relief for me as i am also a migraine sufferer.Have a good health.Thank you.
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