Welcome to icliniq.com. I need the following details. 1. Do you have hypertension? 2. Do you have ahistory of congestion and cold? 3. Any history of stress, hypoglycemia, irregular meal, etc.? 4. Do you have a throbbing pain? Do you have flashes of light and vomiting? If the answer is yes, then one-sided pain can be from a migraine. A migraine is treated according to the cause. If hypertension is present, then antihypertensive medication can be given. If respiratory tract infection is present, then referred headaches can occur. So, an ENT evaluation should be done. For congestion, decongestant like Phenylephrine is used. For a migraine, I suggest Ibuprofen, if it does not help, then try Rizatriptan. Consult your specialist doctor, discuss with him or her and start taking the medicines after their consent. You will also need a neurological examination, so consult a nearby neurologist.
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