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Mild headache with pain in left eye, nausea, Ibuprofen gives temporary relief. Reasons ?

Hello doctor, i had a headache for the past 4 days if i dont move its mild if i move it starts like abeating inside mostky left and front part of the head, my left eye also hurts and if to strong both of them, i have been also feeling nnauseaus (dont know how to write that) how ever when i eat my stomach hurts mildly, i dont have a flu or any other simpthom, and i never ever have headaches that is why im s bit worry cause now it has been almoust 4 daysalso i cannot sleep if the oain is dtrong until it goes fown, it goes away for a while with ibuprofen or paracetsmol but not completely and only for a while, im a vegetarian only eat eggs and sometimes fish but 2 timez oer week i live in a very cold country no light in winter time and havent been taking vitamins for some months, hope u can hekp, thank you
Asked On : Fri, 7 Dec 2012
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Pathologist and Microbiologist 's  Response
Hello and welcome to HCM
There are many types and causes of head ache. The symptoms that you are mentioned suggest migraine or cluster headache.
You need to visit a physician for complete history, clinical examination, investigation and management.
Painkillers can provide symptomatic relief.

The nausea and pain after having food can be due to indigestion.
However, nausea can occur in migraine also.
Infection of the gastro-intestinal tract can be also lead to pain after eating.
An ultrasound abdomen and upper GI endoscopy is required for further management.
Please discuss with your physician.

Thanks and take care
Dr Shailja P Wahal
Answered: Fri, 7 Dec 2012
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