Hemicrania continua

What is Hemicrania continua?

It is a persistent unilateral headache that responds to indomethacin. Hemicrania continua is characterised by a continuous, fluctuating, unilateral pain without shifting sides of the head.

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Hi, my daughter is 14 and suffering from hemicrania continua . She was treated for continuous migraine for several months and was given many...

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Thanks for the query,

Basically there are two types of hemicrania continua 1. Primary- no cause can be found out 2. Secondary- to some...

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i m suffering from post herptic neuralgia from last 3 days.. prevoiusly i was affected by herpis zoster 15 days ago.i still have a black marks...

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You might also have a condition called hemicrania continua which will not respond t traditional agents, but will respond well to Indomethacin....

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Hi there. I am looking for relief. I have been suffering from severe eye and headache on one side of my head. It's been affecting my personality,...

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Brief Answer:
Many types of headache possible, management varies with the type.

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I read your question carefully and I understand...

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