Q. How can headache due to blood clot in brain be cured?

Answered by
Dr. Pratap Vgm
and medically reviewed by Dr. Divya Banu M
Published on Sep 06, 2019 and last reviewed on: Sep 09, 2019

Hello doctor,

My mom is a diabetic patient suffering from typhoid diagnosed an hour ago. She also had a blood clot in her brain. She is having headache badly. What to do now?

Dr. Pratap Vgm

Diabetology
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Hello,

Welcome to icliniq.com.

According to your query, your mother is suffering from a bad headache due to blood clots. Any headache with intracranial problems needs detailed assessment as there might be a headache of serious causes like raised intracranial pressures or venous thrombosis which needs immediate neurosurgery opinion. So do not worry. Just consult a neurosurgeon. Do not simply take medicines for relief from pain.

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