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Suffer from headaches. History of brain fever. Recurrence?

My name is pavani. These days i'm getting headache suddenly. I dont know why it was coming. 11years back i got brain fever symptoms. That time it was cured. After that i did not got headache. Now i'm getting headache suddenly. After sometime it was normal. Is it symptom of brain fever? or is it normal headache? How can i know headache was because of tension or it is brain fever? More over i have some tensions in the office also.
Please suggest me what should i do?
Asked On : Thu, 2 May 2013
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Based on you details you had prior history of brain fever ,now has episodic headache( intermittent short duration headache)

This is unlikely to be brain fever where headache will be continuous and associated with fever.

Episodic headache can occur due to migraine( vascular headache), tension headache and can be type of seizure ( fits with headache without involuntary movement of limbs)

You should consult neurologist for clinical examination and CT scan brain to rule out structural lesion.

Hope this would help you
Answered: Fri, 21 Jun 2013
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