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What Type Of Doctor Should I See To Diagnose And Treat My Headache
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
PCP and Eye Doctor: A view of the optic nerve and retina can sometimes give clues to cause of headaches. At the very least it can rule out some problems such as brain swelling or vasculitis. Eyeglasses or prescription are rarely the problem. Ask your physician to consider an ophthalmology evaluation as part of your work up. Some neurologist and pcps can do that exam too with a handheld device. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
What type of doc to diagnose headache, fatigue, ab. Pain, neck pain, side chest pain. When no one can figure it out, who to see other than my fnp, &er doc
Moans, bones...: Abdominal groans. The above are symptoms of parathyroid disease. I would start with an endocrinologist at this time. May be able to lump all these symptoms together. Or, more likely, explain some. Attack one piece at a time. Move on to a neurologist for headache. Gi doc or general surgeon for abdominal pain. Etc. ...Read more
I am having rectal discomfort. Constant dull headaches gas pains under my shoulder blades and ribs. I also have a vaginal mesh. I have seen my family doctor recently for fatigue and anxiety. I am confused as to what type doctor that I need to see.
Urogynecologist: You should seek evaluation by a urogynecologist with experience in performing vaginal mesh revision surgery. However, your other symptoms are not likely related to the mesh. True vaginal mesh complications include pelvic/vaginal pain, vaginal bleeding, pain with sex, difficult or abnormal urination (after placement), groin pain, or other pelvic symptoms. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
I have headaches in the morning, toothaches, neck pain, and occasional numbness in right arm. I also have a history of sleep apnea, bruxism, and disk bulges under tx. Which doctor should I see?
Dentist: However, it must be a dentist with advanced training in TMJ treatment. The symptoms you list all point to this area of dentistry. It can be complicated as it involves a "bite imbalance" that a dentist with advanced training can diagnose and inform you of your options. A physician can help diagnose other issues involving the arm numbness. ...Read moreSee 3 more doctor answers
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Is it true Botox helps with headaches? What type of Botox and what type of doctors performs the Botox?
Headache specialist: Most specializing in this are neurologist who have a special interest in this. There are also migraine specialists who can help with recurrent headaches. Make a call to a local neurologist who can steer you in the right direction. I assume that you have already seen your family doctor for this and still have not gotten relief. ...Read more
I've been on 1000mg of met formin for 3years and the doctor has taken me off it to see if it is still necessary. Does going off give you headaches?
Yes, a dentist...: A dentist who likes to treat TMJ disorders (tmd) is likely your best bet for solutions... Medicines can help you feel better initially; special appliances, and potential small alterations to your bite through a combo of equilibration/restorations/orthodontics could give you longer lasting health and stability... We sometimes also work in conjunction with physical therapists and chiropractors... ...Read moreSee 4 more doctor answers
Yes: That is a prudent option. In the meantime work on good sleep hygiene. Maintain a regular bedtime and awakening time schedule including weekends. Get up about the same time every day, regardless of what time you fell asleep. 2. Establish a regular, relaxing bedtime routine. Relaxing rituals prior to bedtime many include a warm bath or shower, aroma therapy, reading, or listening to soothing music. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Get checked: If your headaches do not respond to pain medicines like tylenol (acetaminophen) or motrin, then it would be good to get checked out by a doctor. You may also want to maintain a headache diary when you have a headache. In this you should write down anything you ate in the hours before the headache started, or how much sleep you got the night before or anything else that stands out and look for patterns. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
I have had a headache on the right side of my head for months now it won't go away shoukd I go see a doctor?
I have checked my bp and has been 205/100 a couple times. Should I go see a doctor? Have had bad headaches when it's been hi.
Hypertension: Yes. That is a very elevated blood pressure and it warrants urgent evaluation. If it is chronic you need to have your primary care doctor work with you to improve your blood pressure control as long-term hypertension can lead to a myriad of medical problems. Additionally, extremely elevated blood pressure can be dangerous and should be treated quickly. ...Read more
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