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Headaches during or after periods
Severe headache usually one side, at the back of head. Irritation, constipation, high pulse, high bp etc during that time. It happens usually during periods or few days after. Not taking any medicine. Hot compression helps.
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These symptoms need some tests dearie
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You can do Serum LH and FSH to find out if these are menopause symptoms
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Hello dear these all the symptoms  are due to fever in my opinion so go for CBC and take tab Dolopar 500 mg twice a day for 5 days and tab Lariago ds once a day for 5 day. And take protein sleep
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Hormonal changes trigger it all Take supplements Get detailed evaluation done
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Migraine can be associated with menstruation you can take paracetamol for it. If not relieved on it also consult a doctor. For high bp and pulse consult a physician.
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During menses some women may have headache due to vasodilation of blood vessels. It may be normal. But it is severe, you may take a physician's opinion. Also check for things that are precipitating the headache . Check your bp at other times too. Consult a physician for the BP and headache part.
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It is probably menstrual migraine. Consult a doctor locally for simple analgesic
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