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Persistent headaches, throbbing pain, back pain, tiredness. Help?

I have been getting persistent headaches now for over a week and it seems to be getting worse. It's mainly on the right side of my head and the pain is like a sharpe, throbbing pain. As well as the headaches, I have also been getting severe back pains and generally been feeling very run down and tired despite getting 8 to 9 hours of sleep.
Asked On : Tue, 23 Apr 2013
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You are Likely to Suffer from Migraine as Symptoms persist in one side .. Do Consult for checking Blood Pressure , and Cardiac Status.
This Persistant Headache can recur if medication stopped
Preventive of migraines include: Medications, Nutritional supplements, Lifestyle alterations
Medication :
1)Tab.Ibuprofen twice daily
2)Tab.emeset and Tab Rantac two times a day

I Hope I Provided Useful Information. Do ask Furthur Questions to help You get well soon.
Dr.J.Kingson John David
Answered: Wed, 24 Apr 2013
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