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Irregular headaches

For the past few years I have been experiencing irregular headaches about once or twice a month. They do not go away by themselves, by sleep, tea or anything else. The only thing that works is paracetamol so basically I have to take a paracetamol everything I get an headache. Is that normal? Do I need to get some tests?
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DR .V.HARI PRASAD Chittoor | General Physician
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if headache is the only symptom no need for further test .continue paracetomol
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tenstion or stress may be the cause .avoid stress.eat healthy diet avoid junk foods.do regular exercise which strengthen neck muscles.have a sound sleep
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check BP.Cholesterol and sugar levels
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Harisha N L Bangalore | General Physician
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Hello there... I understand your concern about your health condition and I appreciate that...there are many reasons for headache it may be due to increased blood pressures, migraine, cluster headache, refractive errors, meningitis,sinusitis,increased intracranial pressure, reffered pain from somewhere else... So detailed history and examination with relevant investigations is necessary... Kindly consult nearest neuro physician they will do the needful.
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