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What meds can I take to treat eye/head pain and stomach nausea?
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Dr. Gary Wortz
Ophthalmology
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In brief: None
If you are having dull pressure like pain in an eye along with nausea, it could be a sign of increased pressure, especially if you are experiencing blurry vision.
Migraines typically feel like throbbing pain and any vision change typically precedes the headache. Migraine however also commonly causes nausea. It would be best to get checked.

In brief: None
If you are having dull pressure like pain in an eye along with nausea, it could be a sign of increased pressure, especially if you are experiencing blurry vision.
Migraines typically feel like throbbing pain and any vision change typically precedes the headache. Migraine however also commonly causes nausea. It would be best to get checked.
Dr. Gary Wortz
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Dr. Andrew Shatz
Ophthalmology
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In brief: Depends on the cause
Mscle tension headaches are best treated with nsaids (ibuprofen, naproxyn).
Some headaches can feel like eye pain. Nausea can be treated with antiemetic medications. The real issue is that the combination of headache, nausea and eye pain should be evaluated by a doctor because they can be part of a more serious underlying problem.

In brief: Depends on the cause
Mscle tension headaches are best treated with nsaids (ibuprofen, naproxyn).
Some headaches can feel like eye pain. Nausea can be treated with antiemetic medications. The real issue is that the combination of headache, nausea and eye pain should be evaluated by a doctor because they can be part of a more serious underlying problem.
Dr. Andrew Shatz
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