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Will Headaches Eventually Go Away
They could.: Some people's migraines just run their course for the day and they wake up the net morning feeling fine. For others, it's a little more complicated - they may need medications to help stop the migraine. A migraine lasting more than 72 hours is called status migrainosus and these can be helped sometimes with steroids, but that's something to see your doctor for. Good luck! ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Also called cephalalgia, is pain anywhere in the region of the head or neck, & can be a symptom of a number of conditions affecting those areas. It originates from pain-sensitive structures such as cranium, muscles, nerves, vessels, subcutaneous tissues, eyes, ears, sinuses & mucous membranes. It is non-specific symptom & can be primary such as tension ha, or secondary ...Read more
on 3 mg of klonopin as inpatient...dr added tegretol which dropped klonopin to about 2.0 some headaches & tinnutitus..will this eventually go away?
Hopefully so..: Response to decreasing Klonopin or other similar medications depends on the amount previously taken, duration of use, speed of taper and patient response. The Klonopin dose you were on is a relatively high dose. The addition of Tegretol appears to coincide with the decrease. It is unclear as to whether your symptoms are due to one or the other or both. Recommend discussing with your doctor. Best. ...Read more
I have a headache five times worse then normal, facial pain, neck hurts bad, throat hurts, has been happening for 3 days now. Should i see a doctor right away or is it not that serious and it will eventually go away?
Ive been getting headaches on my left side one day and then it will go away and then it will be on my right side. But ive never had headaches like it ?
Depends on headache: Certain types respond to some drugs rapidly. But Dr. Italia's correct. It's difficult to find "quick" solutions without knowing more info. Best advice at this point is either Tylenol as per labeled instructions or Excedrin Migraine if symptoms are severe with nausea/vomiting. Important thing is to see doctor & get workup to prevent next one. Keep track of HA's in diary (found on Internet). ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Chr daily HA's: Could be an evolution of a headache pattern associated with use of otc analgesics, and might be tension cephalgia or migraine underpinnings. However, get a diagnosis, make sure there is no underlying dental or jaw trigger, and assure absence of neurological signs. Several meds exist to break up pattern, such as steroids, depakote, topirimate, beta blockers, and even otc agents. Check with doc. ...Read more
De-Stress, H2O, etc.: In most people a simple headache is the result of stress on your system. First, make sure to drink plenty of water. Then, go somewhere relaxing, and meditate do progressive relaxation. Simple tylenol, aspirin, caffeine combinations can help. Make sure you are in good health get a physical exam, good nutrition, quality sleep. If you have migraines look in to riboflavin (b-1) to help prevent them. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
See a doc: If it's been going on for three days and you've tried all the usual tricks like the OTC pain relievers, rest, hydration, etc, then you may want to check in with your doctor for a good exam. It could be anything from a sinus infection to migraines. Hope you get to feeling better! ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
I get headaches only when somethiing upsets me or gets me angry. I had a big problem and ever since that problem my headache wont go away. Why?
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