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Took BP after Migraine Aura (with no headache)after lunch165/81.Can migraine with an Aura only cause spike in BP? Have normal BP even with Migraine Aura
It could: ...just the anxiety about possibly getting a migraine if you have bad ones. However, you have a rather complicated history and are on some things which should help control your blood pressure. Keep checking it, and if it is staying up (or going up) probably should be seen given your history. By the way, you can always take more Magnesium, bisglycinate better than citrate. Helps both concerns. ...Read more
Left vocal chord paralysis. Mri scattered pv & sc wm flair nonspecific. Atypical for ms. I am 55 no high BP or migraine. Is MS stil a possibility?
Is it dangerous to take stimulants (ADHD medications) and beta-blockers (Propranolol) together? If so, why? Diff. Med. For BP and migraine prevention?
Theoretically yes: Practically probably not. This answer is based on the fact that if you are on a B Blkr and taking a symptathomimetic agent like a stimulant this could cause severe hypertension. Based on studies of people on B Blkrs who took cocaine or were given epinephrine for allergic reactions and this turns out not to be unfounded and not the case. If your BP is up see your Dr and review your medications. ...Read more
Randomly checked BP just after Migraine Aura and after eating Lunch 165/81 Can Migraine Spike BP? Mostly have normal 116/65 even normal with Migraine
I tookbirth control pills for pcos but it gave me side effect migraine, BP doc prescribed me medroxy progesteronewill it alsogiveme sideeffects?
Impossible to know: All medications have side effects. While Medroxyprogesterone acetate is an appropriate treatment for pcos (though not as good as birth control pills), it may still have side effects. ...Read more
Plse help padt few days I've had horrible migraine and BP 150/100, now got chest pain that started in the middle and radiated to the left it hurts. Am i?
It is not uncommon: It is not uncommon for Blood pressure to "shoot up" with any severe pain, especially with a migraine headache. The upper number in the blood pressure is always higher than the lower number, so perhaps your blood pressure was 160/110. This is a serious blood pressure elevation, and it is important to receive prompt treatment. For more info see: http://understandingmigraine. Blogspot. Com ...Read more
? HTN encephalopathy: A diastolic blood pressure of 130 is a relatively elevated blood pressure. Associated with symptoms such as "migraine" headaches and nausea and not responding to clonidine, a visit to the er would be the safest thing to do. If not a new problem & symptoms not new, can call your doctor first, but don't wait too long. There are better choices than Clonidine for treatment of hypertension. ...Read more
I have a vein by my temple that is sticking out. My ear blocked alittle. History migraine, high BP 140/80, anxiety, allergies. Should I be worried?
With this collection: Of symptoms and problems it would be a good idea to have a thorough evaluation by a health care provider and to have your BP treated. I do not think you should be worried but you should be appropriately concerned about your health. The enlarged vein could be a sign of a number of different things. Don't wait to be evaluated. ...Read more
Migraines: A migraine is a vasospasm of a blood vessel in the brain. There are many symptoms. The common migraine's hallmark is a severe headache. The headache may be accompanied by nausea and vomiting, sensitivity to light and sound. Sometimes, migraines are signaled by an "aura, " which may be a visual symptom such as flashing lights or wavy lines followed by a headache. Common triggers - caffeine, stress. ...Read more
Migraine is a chronic disoeder in which you get recurrent headaches which are moderate to severe in nature
in typical headache it is on one sided headache and pulsating in nature and last anywhere from 2 to 72 hours
it may have other associated symptoms like
inreased sensitivity ti light
about one in third patients feel an aura.
It can be triggered by several different factors. ...Read more
Prevent migraines: There are many things one can do to help decrease their headaches. Good sleep, good nutrition, stress management, and exercise are a few. Also, daily preventive medications can help reduce the intensity and frequency of attacks. Its important to work with your doctor to find the best approach for you. ...Read more
Migrain headache avoidance has some thing to do with avoiding triggers....
You should have done a diary for your headache what exactly bring your headache is it stress...Is it food and what type of food is it noise
light, what ever it is you have to avoid it and in case of light u need to say in dark quiet room. ..And also some medications can be given to avoid headache consider as prophylactic. ...Read more
Many ways: There are many therapies to migraines. If acute otc meds like Excedrin helps. Prescriptions such as triptans have been used to abate the migraine if severe enough. If this a chronic condition, reduce stressors, exercise, meditation, food triggers, acupuncture/yoga can all help. There is of course medications for chronic migraine as well. Keeping a log of your migraines may be helpful. ...Read more