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Suffering from headache, which painkiller should I take ?

hi i am suffering from headache which painkiller should i take hi i am suffering from severe headache now which painkiller i should i take ?
Thu, 12 May 2011
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hello and welcome to healthcare magic!!
try not to take too much of painkillers as they are bad on a long term. for severe headache you can take combiflam or dolo 650 but do not take more than one. and if the headache persists get yourself evaluated for the cause.
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hello,

dolo 650 is good. but dont take it frequently. if u have this problem frequently consult a physician about it to find out the cause.take care
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hi rohan.. you must take hifenac tablet for now it wil relieve you from headache but you must.. consult a doctor later if the headache persists..
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