Q. I get headaches almost every day with dizziness and blurred vision. Please help.

Answered by
Dr. Sanya Dhingra
and medically reviewed by Dr. Sneha Kannan
This is a premium question & answer published on Sep 25, 2020 and last reviewed on: Sep 30, 2020

Headaches becoming more frequent almost everyday, recently started becoming dizzy, light headed, shaky with blurred vision not all the time comes randomly. Sometimes lose slight mobility in my left hand can’t close it properly usually goes away within a few minutes. Symptoms seem to be worse a few days before I get my period ( only get it once every 3 months) the time before last I had a large bruise on my stomach which was there for 5 days but randomly disappeared the day I got my period. And the last times e I randomly started puking for 2 days before then it subsided when I got my period I commonly wake up feeling nauseous have for about a year. I have also noticed large mood swings.



Greetings from icliniq.

I understand your concern . Tension headache is the most common headache that occurs . At your age , i understand that there are multiple stresses , and it sometimes becomes difficult to deal with them . But my advice to you would be to avoid any stress . Apart from that if you cannot bear light or tolerate sound, the headache is sudden and you have aura with vomiting , you must keep in mind the possibility of migraine .

Migraine can be severe at times and needs proper medications . To avoid this headache , you have to avoid anything that triggers it . Having a bruise on the stomach or thigh is kinda normal before periods . Incase you have bloating and cramps and you feel nauseous , i would suggest you to drink lots of water , avoid caffeine and avoid foods that cause bloating . Eat foods that are dry and take short frequent meals . I hope this helps.

Investigations to be done:

1. Plain MRI brain ( not required immediately, but whenever possible you must get it done for headache)

Treatment plan:

Tablet paracetamol (1 gram) (one time in a day) - whenever you get headache which is severe .

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