Sinus migraine
Hi, Since 18yrs of my age, i have been diagnosed with Mild sinus migraine. I get headache when i hear loud music, sunlight and heat in aire which results in sweating and then ends with migraine. During summer in every week i take at least 2-3 times paracetamol tablets. Or if its worst i go for combination of diclofenac with paracetamol. Sometimes my headache goes very very bad, it feels like my head is goign to burst. I hate taking medicine , isn't there any permanent solution for this? I had asked my doctors, but they say there no permanent solution. My concern is, i am planning for pregnancy, So i am wondering if during that period if i get those bad headaches i wont be able to take these painkillers. Am i right? If yes, then i am really scared. Any suggestions ?
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Dr. Vikas Deshmukh
Psychiatrist 9 yrs exp Navi Mumbai
Migraine is allergic like condition. Most important thing you can do is start maintaining migraine diary. This diary will help you to recognise possible triggers of your headache. So next time you avoid those things. Common example of possibly triggers are lack sleep, odd eating timing's, excess tea, coffee,chocolate, stress......and many others. Key is observe your trigors and avoid them. write everything what happened ,what you ate before headache in your dairy. Don't worry too much about taking medicines pregnancy once in while taking paracetamol will be OK.
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