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Pain in head after exposure to sun. Why does it get so hard?

Hi Doc... I am having Headache fron day before yesterday... on the top of my head. I got exposed to sun. I thought it is due to dehydration but I had ORS and Glucose with water. Even no painkiller is working. ANd headache is quite unusual as it become even severe while moving my head or while walking.Now I am feeling Pukish. Kindly help. Regards, Tamanna
Asked On : Sat, 25 Aug 2012
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headache related to sun could be of many reasons and to my knowledge I have seen sinus headaches are triggered by exposure to hot sun and even bending forward is another trigger in this condition- a sense of heaviness is felt. Did you consult ENT regarding- a sinus xray may be needed. Other causes include sometimes tension or muscle contraction headache and even migraines are precipitated by sun light- they d have accompanying nausea and sometimes vomiting. Let me tell you something- try avoiding exposure and if needed you can use a hat or umbrella.
Answered: Sun, 26 Aug 2012
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