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Is There A Relationship Between Migraines And Aaa
No: No, there is no well established relationship between migraines and aaas. Symptoms of rupture are excrutiating abdominal/flank or back pain, and shock.The greatest risk factors for aaas are age >65, smoking, male gender, and a family history. People with connective tissue disorders (marfan's syndrome / ehlers-danlos syndrome) are also at greater risk. Ultrasounds are a great screening modality. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Abdominal aortic aneurysm is the dangerous condition where a portion of the wall of the aorta, the largest artery in the body, becomes thin and bulges out. This puts the aorta at risk of bursting, which is frequently fatal. Weakness of the wall of the aorta is often due to a long history of high blood ...Read more
Not really: Weight does not have anything to do with aaa. The most important risk factors are smoking , high blood pressure and age. Genetics is also a big factor as a history of AAA in a parent or grandparent. Basically if you are a smoker and have high blood pressure with a history of AAA in a parent you should have an ultrasound to see if you have an aneurysm. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Ocular migraines!: Yes, ocular migraines are a form of migraines that take place in the occipital cortex (part of the brain that interprets/controls vision). They lack the severe headache as common migraines. The symptoms are usually all or mostly visual and are typically described as flashing of light or ziz-zag lights in the vision. They usually last less than 30 minutes and affect the vision out of both eyes. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Hey Doc man i need some help please its about my wife, she suffers weekly from migraine what can it be its causing major problems in our relationship?
Migraines: There are several causes of migraines. Menstrual issues with hormonal changes, ocular migraines, stress, etc. etc. Diet with caffeine, certain chemical triggers, smoking, certain drugs, BP also may play a role. Have your wife evaluated to determine her cause and then she can start to get treated best. ...Read more
Probably not.: Answered but disappeared. Migraine is severe headache, may be aura or neurologic signs afterword, but pathophysiology is dilataion of arteries, and rx is constricting these vessels with meds. Reynald's is a constriction of small arteries/capillaries usually in fingers, triggered by cold air or water, and rx is geared toward dilating the vessels. The two are likely distinct entities. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
I have a taa and aaa, my ankles are swelling and have some pain in the calves. Is there a connection, should I call my vascular dr. My gp has no answ?
AAA/ankle swelling: While a large aneurysm could lean on the big vein that lays right next to it (vena cava), impairing blood flow out of the legs and causing swelling...This usually does not occur. So...Usually the two conditions are not related to each other. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
NOT USUALLY: I am not fully aware of any connection between Benadryl and migraine, other than a relationship btwn allergic rhinitis in migraine sufferers and then ingestion of antihistamines for relief. Most meds seem to be associated with headaches due to frequency of headaches, and perhaps this explains some of the data. ...Read more
Connection between bipolar II disorder and migraine headaches.? I did not have migraines prior to starting meds, now they're several time month.
No connection: Sometimes medicines can cause headaches, especially if you use them regularly. Often, if you stop taking the medicine your headache will go away. If you concerned that your headache is caused by a pill, talk with your doctor about your side effects. Do not stop taking the medicine until you have spoken with your doctor. ...Read more
I started taking montmorillonite clay and inositol with choline yesterday and had a visual migraine. Is there a connection?
A head pain which is usually recurrent, and often in variable locations and severity, associated with few or all the following symptoms; fear of light, fear of sound, nausea, vomiting, bright or dark spots floating in front of eyes, tingling and numbness of one side of face or body. All ...Read more
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