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Severe headache, crying spells, myopia. Do these affect my brain?

Hi, I am married an year n half, I get hurt with the words my husband uses. He treats me separate from his family, and picks up a fight for small things. I end up crying almost every other day until my tears are completely drained. My eyes start paining and I have severe headache . I have myopia , very high power on my both eyes. Please advise if it effects my brain cells and any long term impacts. Thanks
Asked On : Tue, 26 Mar 2013
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Thanks for the query,

You may be having tension headache or migraine. You will benefit with rest, knowing how to avoid problems with your husband, regular food and sleep habit. Medications that will help are amitrptyline, nortriptyline.

Your brain cells are no affected.
There won’t be any long term effects.

Best wishes

Dr Gopal Krishna Dash MD, DM, PDF (Epilepsy)
Consultant Neurologist and Epilepsy specialist
Narayana Hrudayalaya Hospital
My Blog in this web site:
Answered: Wed, 27 Mar 2013
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