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Headache with vomiting
Recently 8- 9 years whenever I used to travel for my exam in returning of my journey I used to get headache with vomiting until everything comes out it continues for 3-5 hours and it  also happen whenever I do fasting similar conditions happen at the end of fasting of 12 hours and recently 3-4 years same headache conditions is prevailing without traveling and fasting . It happen to me 4- 6 times per year. Headache location is  above ear on both sides of the head. It's moderate type and it's goes when everything which I had eat 2 - 3 hours comes out and everything become normal. I do have habit of taking stress recently in past few years due to that I used to eat less. In vomiting it take one hours for me to take out everything in that I usually became tired and even loose my body water it feel like he'll for me at that time
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If you get the feeling that headache is going to start or which week usually is a possibility then Start eating small portion of food. So also to say that need to do regular walks. Relaxation therapy too helps in long run.
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Looks like migraine headache. As the frequency of headache is low take only tab naxdom 250 S.O.S
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