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My Kid Has Headache Due To Yellow Light What Might Be The Reason
Breastfeeding my 2nd child who is a week old and her poop smells pretty bad. Poop looks normal, yellow. Is the reason for a bed smell?
Prob Normal: Breastfed babies normal stool are usually yellow ; pasty in consistency, ; often malodorous. Babies have limited gut microbes at birth. Babies born vaginally acquire good healthy microbes/bacteria during birth from birth canal that those born by c-section miss. Breastfed babies acquire good microbes from mom's from nursing. Odor of stool commonly comes from breakdown by gut microbes.
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
Side effects: Opiates cause a type of cell, called a mast cell to release histamine which causes the skin to itch and is treated with anti-histamines such as vistaril (rx) or Benadryl (diphenhydramine) (otc). As for the headaches this must be a side effect that you get as many times we treat headaches with opiates. Withdrawal from opiates can cause headaches as well as other signs and symptoms.See 1 more doctor answer
10 yo boy for over a year now, he's been c/o headache and then vomits, which usually helps the headache, not always, other times vomits for no reason?
See your doctor: This is not normal. This could be many things - a stomach problem, a central nervous system (brain) problem, pediatric migraines. There are other, less likely, but potentially more serious conditions that could cause these symptoms... You need to get him to a doctor to get this checked out.See 1 more doctor answer
My daughters aged 09 years having headache from a long time. The reason may be due frequent fall from bed on head. Now problem is enhancing day by day?
See a doctor: It is not common for children to have bad headaches regularly, so she should be checked by a doctor.
I have a headache on the back of my right eyebrow. Any reason why that might be? It's only on the right side.
If no trauma then..: .. likely some retinal occlusion problem or ocular migraine -- Ocular migraines tend to occur to the same eye and continue to do so. Please get yourself to a neurologist. If you do not have pain behind the eyeball, then perhaps it is only a fluke pain on the right orbit. But only seeing a healthcare professional can tell you.See 1 more doctor answer
Oversize question!: The physiological reasons are far too numerous to cover in less than a huge book. Causes can be hormonal, water retention, aneurysms or anything that stretches the meninges, tumors, high blood pressure (stretching blood vessels), and many mechanical reasons incl muscle tension, etc. A good osteopathic dr can, via a full history & physical, incl. Hands-on exam, help determine cause & potential fixes.
It is common: Headaches are very common as most of us have them. The causes are varied. It is often due to muscle tension or stress. You can use tylenol (acetaminophen) to help, if this does not work, you should see a neurologist or headache specialist to make sure it is not migraine which will require specific migraine medication (called triptans). Stress reduction will help. This requires exercise, slow down a bit and simplify.
My uncle is 52 years old. He every day has headache mostly in the mornings. Which is unbearable. What can be the reason behind it??
Chronic headaches: Chronic headaches in the mornings is a common symptom of TMJ dysfunction and nighttime bruxism (chronic teeth grinding and/or clenching). But it is not the only possible cause. Have him see a dentist who is experienced in treatment of bruxism and TMJ. Also see a medical doctor to examine for any medical irregularities.
Why headaches: You should see your physician about anwork up for the cause of your headaches. Without more information it is difficult to give you an answer.
How headaches feel: There are many different forms of headaches, each of which will have a characteristic pain.
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. This info will also be useful to your doc in planning a good treatment. Here's a helpful link to get you started. Http://www. Headaches. Org/for_professionals/headache_diary.See 2 more doctor answers
Neck strain/pain?: Do you have a history of headaches? Are you having other symptoms with your headaches? (vision changes, dizziness, nausea, vomiting, fever, neck/back/leg pain, decreased coordination?) how long have your headaches been going on? Consider whether sleep position or daytime work positions might impact your head/neck consider having an evaluation with doctor or chiropractor consider meds.
Hypoglycemia: The brain's favorite substrate is glucose, situations where you don't eat for too long cause a hypoglycemic state that can cause light-headedness, headaches, and in extreme cases, seizures...
Exercise headaches: Exercise headaches occur during or after sustained, strenuous exercise. Include running, rowing, tennis, swimming and weightlifting. Primary exercise headaches are harmless, prevented with medication. Secondary exercise headache underlying, often serious, problem within the brain such as bleeding or a tumor or outside the brain as coronary artery disease. And may require emergency medical at.
I always get headaches almost everyday sometimes migraines. Is their a reason why this is happening to me?
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