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On pill. Spotting between periods. Have migraine, feels nauseous, fatigued, frequent urination. Should I go for neurologist advice?

I have been spotting between periods and I am on the pill . I also get migraines, most often around my period but also when I am just spotting. When I get these headaches , I feel nauseous and extremely fatigued. I also seem to urinate a lot with these headaches, although this may be side effect from imitrex? Wondering if I should see my obgyn or neurologist?
Asked On : Mon, 25 Jun 2012
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Thank for asking to HCM
I really appreciate your concern, if you do have a history of migraine then in the period of menses the headache becomes very intense at this time it is really necessary to keep your anxiety level very low, you can try any analgesic medicine for this and this would come around no need to see any OGB and neurologist, take care and have nice day.
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