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A 31-year-old female asked about a 42-year-old female:

Again extream head pain, nausea , vomiting, dizzy sensitivity light&sound .again er, test, treatment.ct-clear pain med+zofran.=diag:migraine. sent home!

3 doctor answers6 doctors weighed in
Dr. Venkata Chilakapati
Cardiology 23 years experience
Migraine: Yes. Migraine could cause above symptoms. I advise you to consult a neurologist to get proper diagnosis and treatment.
Dr. Brian Nguyen
Obstetrics and Gynecology 11 years experience
Call your OB now!: Unfortunately i don't know anything about you, but any pregnant woman reaching her mid-trimester with a severe headache needs to get a blood presssure checked and evaluates for pre-eclampsia which can be life threatening to you and your baby. People of advanced age are at higher risk. If you don't have pre-eclampsia, you may want a neuro evaluation for treatment with a triptan. Try caffeine.
Dr. Osman Farooq
Pediatric Neurology 20 years experience
Daily meds: It depends on how often this occurs, but it sounds like you may need to be on a daily medicine to prevent these headaches. You should also try to eliminate the common headache triggers if you haven't already tried that. And maintain a headache diary to try to identify any potential triggers. Good luck.

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Last updated Dec 23, 2013

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