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Type Diabetes Cause Headaches Migraines
See you MD: High blood sugar levels are responsible for a variety of immediate symptoms and long-term complications.Including headaches symptoms in type 1 diabetes, usually over 2 to 3 weeks or less. High blood sugar levels cause the child to urinate excessively. This fluid loss causes an increase in thirst and the consumption of fluids. Some children become dehydrated, see your md asap. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Can migraine headaches cause dizziness? Do migraines cause dizziness or can normal headaches cause this as well?
Ocular migraines!: 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. Dehydration in possible, as well as stress, or something in your diet - Caffeine, chocolate, etc. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Various ways: Some respond just to rest in a quiet place, other also with addition of ice to the head in various spots, some with pressure applied to the temples, gently to closed eyes, or to several spots in this back of the neck or head. Some to gentle pulling of the hair. Others need medication. Taking 3 excedrine when you know you are getting the migraine might abort it. Others need tryptans. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Severe!: Diabetes insipidus occurs when the pituitary gland is injured. This is a small area of the brain that produces a hormone called ADH (antidiuretic hormone) that works on the kidney to produce smaller amounts of urine. Usually occurs when there is a fracture across the base of the skull, and is associated with severe head injuries or brain death. Symptom is the body producing a huge amount of urine. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
What could be the cause of chronic daily tension type headaches in between cluster headaches cycles?
Chronic daily HA's: If you are experiencing headaches more than 15 days per month, you have acquired "Chronic Daily Ha's", and this pattern needs to be broken up ASAP, as it will only get worse. See a neurologist who has experience with headaches, and get onto a preventative medication. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
See Neurologist: I don't know of a association in general but in vascular eds. There is a tendency for blood vessels to burst. You need to see your doctor to see if you might have this involvement from eds. Anyone with eds can garden variety migraines but you need to get the headaches checked out. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Many Factors : Heredity is a big one. Being female is another. Certain foods that are fermented such as wine, pickled foods, chocolate and caffeine can trigger migraine. Even weather changes can trigger. In women, hormonal changes during the normal menstrual cycle or menopause can trigger. Neck injuries also can trigger. Basically any change in your environment even getting too little or too much sleep , also.L. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Unknown etiology: The etiology of migraine is not known, in particular no cancers are known to cause migraine. In a person with migraine some factors may precipitate attacks, e.g., hormonal changes in women, disturbance of sleep cycle, certain foods, stress, change in weather and some medications. ...Read more
Which one ? : Duchenne muscular dystrophy certainly can be accompanied by brain malformations, seizures, intellectual disability, adhd, learning disabilities ( if iq is average or above), behavior problems & more. . Some are & some aren't. Since you didn't specify, here's the mda's list with info about each type: http://mda.Org/publications/teachers-guide/neuromuscular-disease-descriptions. ...Read more
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