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Pain in eyes. Nausea, the cause? Recommended vasograin. Why?

My daughter age 11 years is complaining for nausea feeling that too after 6pm everyday, secondly she is also complaining severe pain in her eyes....I got her check with eye specilist ( she is now wearing specs) but didn t gave her relief from both the pains....we took her to another doctor she has recommended vasograin ......please suggest on how can she get relief from the pains, is vasograin correct medicine for her. Is vasograin safe and without any side effects.
Asked On : Sun, 7 Oct 2012
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Vasograin is given for the treatment of migraine. Migraine in its classical form may cause nausea, vomiting and visual disturbances followed by severe headache. Vasograin contains a combination of ergotamine, caffiene, paracetamol and procloperazine. Ergotamine is specific for migraine pain, caffiene increases its absorption, paracetamol for pain and procloperazine prevents vomiting. Both ergotamine & procloperazine are capable of producing severe side effects on prolonged use. Often analgesics like paracetamol controls migraine when given in the initial stages (before acute pain starts). Your daughter can try paracetamol (for pain) along with ondansetron (for nausea). Both are well tolerated & safe with minimal side effects but indiscriminate use should be avoided to prevent side effects.
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