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Headache with vomit
Hello Dr my wife had an headache not severe but after vomiting she got relief it's not in regular, and no headache history so my question is Should I worry about it and consult with Dr or not because most of people say headache which relies with vomitting should be concern Plz advise me Thanks
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Headache which relieves with vomiting might be a simple migraine or a symptom of increased pressure in the brain. It is a “symptom of concern” and you need to visit neurologist at the earliest
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Associated blurring of vision/ vomiting/ loss of consciousness/ involuntary movement of limbs/ headache worsening with coughing or bending forward etc are RED FLAG signs of headache and needs proper evaluation by Neurologist
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If she has headache with multiple episodes of vomitings and headache relieves with vomiting then you should definitely show to a neurologist or a neurosurgeon It could be migraine with aura also
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Warning signs of seizures blurring of vision speech disturbances and weakness should be taken care of and urgent care needs to be taken if these symptoms are there
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