A 20-year-old male asked:
Woke up with pain in back of neck / lower head - now severe migraine nausea & light sensitivity, cocodamil 30x500 no affect & ibuprofen, solutions?
1 doctor answer • 2 doctors weighed in
Pain Management 37 years experience
Time is up: The management for migraine involves abortive therapy for the episodic migraine, and prophylactic therapy for the chronic and disabling migraine.
If the combo that you took (codeine + paracetamol)l didn’t touch the migraine, you should seek medical assistance from a headache specialist. If not the headache might transform in chronic, rebound, and refractory type.
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Last updated Dec 7, 2013
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