Hemicrania

What is Hemicrania?

Hemicrania continua (HC) is a persistent unilateral headache that responds to indomethacin. It is usually unremitting, but rare cases of remission have been documented. Hemicrania continua is considered a primary headache disorder, meaning that it is not caused by another condition.

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i had an nasal injury 10 years back when i was fighting with my brother .i suffered a huge blow to my left part of face and my nose bleeded from...

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I am getting strange symptoms before a headache occurs. Sometimes the pain comes sometimes it doesnt. I am experiencing dizziness , sob, nausea,...

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I recently Increased Indomethacin dose from 25mg TID to 50mg TID for Hemicrania Continuia. x 3 weeks. The medicine is very effective but I have a...

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i had an nasal injury 10 years back when i was fighting with my brother .i suffered a huge blow to my left part of face and my nose bleeded from...

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Over the past week, my left hand and forearm have been tingling. Today I suddenly started having chest pains. When u put my hand to my chest, I...

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I AM YOJANA, 40 YEARS OLD. SOMETIME I HAVE PAIN IN MY LEFT SIDE OF HEAD WHICH IS UNBEARABLE AND I ALSO FEEL THAT MY ARMS POWER WAS EXOUSTED.

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