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Migraines onset with blackout followed by sparks in eyesight, headache. Could this be due to pin-worms?

Hello i was wondering if ive ever had pinworms? do research because i started getting these huge migranes! Because headaches are side effects of pinworms. Well first thing that happens when i i know im going to get a when start to blackout i could see like little sparks in my eyesight then j get the headache so i was wondering if i get these because pinqorms i never.knew what pinworms are till today.ive never seen then so im not sure if i have a headache cause of pinqorms. Ive had the migranea 3-4 times these last 3 yearapleaae help me
Asked On : Thu, 26 Jul 2012
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hi dear pt want to help you

first of all you avoid stress and give the time to rest
you need to eat vegetables more along with with fruits

take medication like

tab;mecomin 1 daily
tab;disgesic 2 three times daily
tab;xanax 0.5 mg hs
all for 2 weeks

thanks and dont forget to accept my answer

dr muhammad akbar
Answered: Thu, 26 Jul 2012
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