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Repeated episodes of slight pain on the nerve in the eye with giddiness. MRI done, prescribed Naxdom. Remedy?

Hi, I am 32 years old.I have a slight pain on a nerve in the left or right eye( eyes checked -no sight issue) followed by giddiness.It has exaggerated due to sleepness nights (kids) ,tireness or sometimes heavy food.The frequency is atleast once or twice a month.I have gone through MRI brain but no clue.Doctors suggested Naxdom 500 but I fear the frequency(sideeffects) with which I need to take.Also How to get rid of it.
Asked On : Fri, 26 Oct 2012
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Hi.. Thanks for the query.
From the symptoms, you could be suffering form migraine attacks..
There are many triggering factors for the attacks like sleeplessness, improper food intake, intolerance to strong smell or taste or tension..
Best way to prevent attacks is to avoid triggering factors ( which may not be possible always)!!
You can take Naxdom when there is pain.
In case if you have frequent attacks, your physician may prescribe you some drugs like flunarizine, amytryptiline or sumatriptan which help to reduce the frequency and severity of episodes..
Try to have nutritious food to improve the general health.
Answered: Sat, 3 Aug 2013
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