My grandmother is having dizziness, vomiting and headache. These problems occur constantly with a gap of five to six months.
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From the symptoms that you mentioned it seems your grand mother has migraine which reccurs when she is either exposed to the allergen, which triggers her migraine, or it can also manifest as a seasonal change. How long has she has been having this problem? During her migraine episodes, how long does it last? I will recommend the following medicines :- 1) Tablet Crocin pain relief one tablet twice daily after food.
2) Tablet Ondem (Ondansetron) 4 mg, if there is severe nausea two tablets can be taken at once.
Make sure her BP (blood pressure) is under control. If possible get it monitored. Ask her to avoid caffeine.
I hope this helps.
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