Migraine

A severe, recurring, and throbbing headache, usually accompanied by nausea, vomiting, and extreme sensitivity to light and sound, is called a migraine. It generally affects only one side of the head. Hormonal changes, stress, depression, anxiety, insufficient sleep, dehydration, and strong smells can trigger a migraine.

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I have a continuous headache from the past two months. Is it Migraine?

Query: Hello doctor, I am a 29-year-old woman. I am getting a headache continuously for the past two months. I went to an eye specialist and changed my spectacles. I took medicines for sinusitis, but the headache did not stop. Kindly advice what to do.  Read Full »


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Answer: Hello, Welcome to icliniq.com. As I can see, you have already checked for refractive error in your eyes and there is no sinus problem too. It seems that you are suffering from migraine. Associated symptoms of migraine are as follows: The headache increases with a loud noise. An intermittent f...  Read Full »

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