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Headache frequent

I get these headaches out of nowhere and at any time of the day. Mostly it pains on the left temple and left eye and followed by a vomittjng sensation but no vomits happen. Today it started paining left eye and head area behind the left ear. The same vomitting sensation but no vomits . Frequency of these headaches are once- twice a week n lasts for 4-12 hours
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Dr. Anil B Sheth Ahmedabad | General Physician
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Hi, !st go n get yr BP check. if normal then it could be due to migraine or disturb sleep Most likely it should be Migraine.If u have tried Vasograin tablet for this headache then let me know how do u feel .
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Dr. Anil Kumar Jain Bangalore | General Physician
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Hello there. I can understand your concern. Have you got your eyes checked? Do you have nasal congestion or any other problem with breathing? Do you have a deviated nasal septum? See, this could be a migraine or a power issue or something else which needs evaluation. Kindly take a vasograin thice a day when you get such a headache and consult a physician in person for further help. Best regards. Dr. Anil Kumar Jain.
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Dr. Harsha Bangalore | General Physician
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Hi there...there are different types of headache like migraine, tension type, cluster headache, due to sinusitis, visual disturbance. The migraine headache is usually unilateral and associated with visual disturbance, nausea, vomiting. There are many triggering factors for migraine like strong smells, bright light, emotional stress, insomnia. keep account of the triggering factors and try to avoid them. When you get a headache go into a dark room and rest. You can also consult a general physician or neurologist for further evaluation.
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Dr. Manju Lihala Bangalore | General Physician
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Your symptoms suggest of migraine attacks. Please consult a Physician who can examine you and advise as to what medicine needs to be taken.
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