Having severe headache due migrane... What to do.. Due to sunday no doctor available. Please help...
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Migraine symptoms include throbbing pain typically occurs on one side near the temporal area, forehead, and eyes. Migraines can make you very sensitive to light, sound, or mild exertion, such as climbing the stairs.... Many people have nausea, vomiting, or vision problems...Combinations of common pain relievers and anti-inflammatories may help...Triptans, the most common medication prescribed for migraines, are most effective when taken early in an attack....Consult nearest neurologist they will do the needful.
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