My friend, 32 years old, seven years back during delivery time epidural anesthesia was given. After that, she has got a headache now. It is a chronic headache like a migraine, no other complication, no hematoma, and all rigor and shivering present. What is the diagnosis?
First of all, I would like to say that the epidural analgesia taken seven years back is definitely not the reason for her chronic headache. As she is having chills and rigors, check her temperature, and headache along with that suggests some acute viral fever. Kindly review with a physician for addressing the current issue. Although keeping in mind her chronic complaints of a headache I would suggest her to take Acetaminophen but also visit a neurologist for the evaluation of cause and treatment of same.
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