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headache since waking up yesterday morning. continually. vomit after eating. no energy as not eaten much when move around head hurts any ideas

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Dr. Philip Miller
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Migraine variant: requires a full neurological workup and medication to prevent/abort these attacks. Your symptoms require blood testing and medication after a thorough exam.
Answered on Jul 5, 2018
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