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Yes: Typically selective beta blockers work best. (Naldolol, Metoprolol and Atenolol ) . Inderal (propranolol) can be used (non-selective) but may interfere with sexual function. Another approach is to decrease "exertion" since we are basically talking about a form of exertional migraine. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
The medical term is cephalalgia. It is a feeling of pain that can occur on either both sides or just one side of the head or neck. Headaches can be sharp, dull, or throbbing, and can radiate to different areas of the head. They typically last less than an hour but can ...Read more
Many possibilities: Hard to say without knowing more. Some of the following are important to know: are you otherwise sick (could be just a virus), do you have any chronic illnesses (an exacerbation of any chronic illness could cause a headache), where is the pain in the head, what is the quality of the pain, do you have nausea, does light bother you (maybe it's a migraine) are you stressed? Sleep an issue? Eating? ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
11-year old having 4+ headaches a week and yesterday started having trouble saying S's. Should I be concerned?
Possibly: Are you the parent of the 11yo? You should take him/her to his/her doctor ASAP. If he/she doesn't have a physician, take him/her to the emergency room. ...Read more
Please suggest the best OTC medicine(s) for sinus symptoms management(esp. the headache) and can be used regularly.
OTC meds for Sunuses: Pseduephedrine (Sudafed) is the main decongestant sold OTC, but due to its potential for abuse, it is now stored behind the shelf and u need to ask for it. It can cause increased heart rate and insomnia. u can use nasal sprays to decongest while avoiding the insomnia caused by oral decongestants. Anti allergy meds can be used if they are adding to the congestion otherwise u can skip these ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Headache diary: The best all-around tip for headaches is a headache diary. This includes the timing and severity of your headaches, what you were doing prior to, etc. Also important is what you do for them and whether it works. Here's a helpful link to get you started. http://www.headaches.org/for_professionals/headache_diary. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Needs attention: Headaches are a common but often benign problem. However, persistant symptoms do require evaluation. This is especially so when the problem is of recent onset, represents a change from a usual pattern or is associated with other symptoms like blurred vision or disruption of sleep. You should discuss the problem and its history with your doctor to determine what tests and treatment are needed. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Since 8.12.14 ive been getting headaches that no med or amount seems to help. Dr.s don't know. I wake up with them being the worst. Suggestions?
After I work out/exercise, I get a severe headache. It' s painful and I feel like i' m going to pass out. Why is it happening and is it dangerous?
Tension headache since 3 years I have been improved gradually but at very slow rate since i take duloxetin and amitrypriline but it s still at mornini?
Tension headache : Morning headaches can stem from abnormal sleep so make sure you get 8-9 hours of restful sleep. Relaxation exercises can help you as well. Find the stressors in your life and change buses the other direction to healthy stress free living. Avoid caffeine as this can lead to rebound headache in the morning. You may need a sleep study as well. Hope this helps. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
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