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Head Ache When Miss Dose Of Cabergoline
Severe headache for 2 weeks,light mucosal nose bleeding one sided,clean head CT and blood test.Halved my cabergoline dose 2 weeks ago.Could be related?
Headache Med change: The Cabergoline you've been taking usually can cause a headache when first starting. It would be unusual for it to give you a headache upon cutting the dose in half. There are other medications that you may be taking as well that can create some of the problem. If your blood pressure is normal you need to speak with your doctor who's given you the medication. The nose bleed evaluated by an ENT. ...Read more
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
Can MRI or CT scan miss oral or sinus cancer? I have headaches, pain in my cheek and mouth as well as ear aches. Recently I developed vertigo, I've al
How long does it take withdrawal symptoms to fade from a Medrol (methylprednisolone) dose pack? Lightheaded, headache, face pain, no energy, muscle aches, nausea.
Steroid withdrawal: Talk to doctor who originally prescribed. May need to go back on a small dose for a longer wean ...Read more
Depends: If your headache is extremely severe or you are having other symptoms like weakness, lightheadedness, or mental status changes you need to get in to be seen. If it is not severe, try ibuprofen 4-800mg with benadryl (diphenhydramine) 25-50mg with lots of water and go to bed in a dark room. If no improvement, get in to see your physician right away. Severe headaches can be a sign of serious problems. ...Read more
Headaches: Go to your Dr. In AM would be good. ...Read more
Common problem: This is a common problem. It may be related to eyestrain, senstivity to the flickering of the computer screen, sensitivity to electromagnetic fields from the computer, or issues related to poor posture/back and neck strain. See http://www.Rank9.Com/health-well-being/avoiding-computer-headaches/ for more info and stategies to ameliorate. ...Read more
Treatment.: Unfortunately, although this is a simple question the answer is not. The key to treatment is an appropriate evaluation, the making of a diagnosis, and the development of a treatment plan for that diagnosis. Most headaches are self limiting and resolve shortly. Persistent headaches requires an evaluation by an appropriately trained provider. ...Read more
See your doctor: Headaches can be caused by a number of possibilities. These include hormonal fluctuations, dehydration, muscle tension, sinus/allergy issues, infections, migraines, tumors, and a number of other medical issues. Best to see your doctor to narrow the cause. Only when we have a cause can we then get rid of a headache. ...Read more
Doctor should check: A "severe headache" usually needs a doctor. Someone with many headaches should bring a diary to his doctor, listing the headaches, how long each lasted, what medicine was used, what activities were done that day, which foods eaten, etc... Emergencies include a "worst headache ever", a headache that gets worse and worse as the day goes on, or a headache accompanied by other major symptoms, etc... ...Read more
Acetaminophen best: Any NSAID like aspirin, ibuprofen, Naproxen has the potential to cause or exacerbate tinnitus but not typically in the standard doses. If you need something stronger, then see a doctor to discuss the multitude of other analgesics that can be prescribed for headache, as well as better diagnosing and fully treating the problem. ...Read more
Headache triggers a reflex neurologic and gastro-intestinal response of nausea and vomiting.
If you are seen in the er with above symptoms along with fever, the er dr. Would entertain the possibility of meningitis, encephalitis and do work-up including a head ct and lumbar tap.
Any lingering symptoms, go see your primary doctor. ...Read more
Relieve pressure: Sinus headache is caused be pressure buildup within a sinus cavity. Optimal treatment depends on cause. It could include targeting infection, allergy, structural abnormality, or an inflammatory condition (eg polyp growth). Measures to prevent drying out of the lining of the nasal cavity and sinuses help. Remove irritants such as smoke exposure. Review with a knowledgeable physician will help! ...Read more
TMJ: Contingent on other information, may be a TMJ disorder. Start with an oral surgeon examination. Diagnosis can be establish and treatment commenced or referral given. ...Read more
Do veins popped out? U did not mention anatomical site. Are u talking about veins in the temple, forehead?
Sometimes during severe headaches i may accept that veins above mentioned my bulge more due to dilate blood vessels veins included. The best would be if u could show yourself during a headache to your family doctor. Also if the headaches are totally new i would certainly pay him/her a visit. ...Read more
More info needed: A thorough history and physical exam and of key importance in any diagnostic process.How long have you had your symptoms, how old are you, do you have any chronic health problems, any hx of depression, enviromental , social family concerns, do you exercise frequently.....Healthy diet, regular exercise, and sleep will help...After a visit to your doctor! ...Read more
Not a usual reaction.
If it continues see a Doctor for evaluation and work up. ...Read more