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Mild headache, outward pressure in eyes, no improvement with medicines, have disturbed stomach on taking medicines. Remedy?

hi i am shane i was suffering from slight headache & something like outward pressure in my eyes few months back then i consulted dr. & he put me on cetrizine+ hydrochloride+ paracetamol tablet twice a day & some nasal drops after having the medicine for 10 days it worked & my nose started coming for a week & i was releived upto 50 % then it stopped & i went to dr. he put me on sinarest levo coz paracetamol was disturbing my stomach & flixonase spray but it does not work i am having it from 10 days. my complaints are nasal blockage & i think it is up higher where this spray does not work, eye pressure & slight headache on upper area of eyes.
Asked On : Mon, 5 Nov 2012
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Dear sir

By your complaints its evident that hou are having problems connected to vision and disorders which means you need to check the visoin and do the routine fundus examination for the same

Answered: Fri, 29 Nov 2013
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