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I get unconsciousness for 1 to 2 seconds Male, 43 years. I get unconsciousness for 1 to 2 seconds. This used to occur one or two times in a month. But now it occurs two to three times in week. I felt lost the world for 2 seconds max. I do not fall. But I feel I do not have control on any things for those two seconds. My back ground information is Hb between 10 to 11. I am chronic HbsAg for last 15 years. All other things are normal. Sleep, eating, motions and lifestyle normal. All other vitals normal.
Hello Dr. My concern is that lack of Vitamin D is causes for weight gain and thyroid is it true cause I have epilepsy since two years and I continuously gaining weight.
My husband is suffering from cold and flu. Since 3 days. He is taking paracetamol but he is still not feeling well. Today he is shivering too. Doctor please suggest what should I do. Any home remedy for today. Tomorrow will go to near by clinic. Is this common flu or any thing else.
Hi my name is Anitha, from past few months I am suffering from headache, I am thinking that may be that is migraine, how I know that is normal headache or migraine?
A headache of any type makes you uncomfortable. Headache is painful but migraine headache is scary because it is accompanied by nausea, vomiting, dizziness and sensitivity to sound or light. Once it is triggered it’s difficult to control.
- If you are suffering from migraine I am sure you must have tried several medicines, herbs or home remedies without much benefit.
- There is one technique which I have found very effective in reducing migraine headache in many people. Technique or you can call this technique as super tonic for migraine.
- You can make migraine super tonic with following ingredients (Mineral salt, baking soda and lemon juice)
How prepare migraine super tonic:-
Take 1 glass of room temperature water add 3 pinch of mineral salt, 1 pinch of baking soda and squeeze one medium size lemon in it, still well and drink sip by sip. You will feel difference in few minutes.
Why This Home Remedy Works
Mineral salt provides body with 84 different minerals, lemon juice helps in detoxification and baking soda makes water alkaline, the whole combination helps in balancing body fluid.
My headache start from any side and covers complete head. I don't have any spectacles I have checked for glass but they said my eye sight are perfect no need of glasses, even I don't have any migraine problem.
Hello Doctors, I am a migraine patient and often I had severe migraine attacks too. But after practicing yoga my intensity to migraine attacks has reduced. But now a days again I am suffering form headache after every 2 days although the intensity is not that severe. I am having pain in my neck and ears as well with lots of yawning and dullness and tiredness in my eyes. Please suggest.
My grandfather has a stroke. CT Scan is done and medical treatment i'm going according to report. His left side of body is not properly working and also have a speaking problem. Report detail is:-" Hypodense area having CT DV 25HU seen in right parietal occipital junction s/o watershed interact, it measures approx 3.6*4.0cm. Supratentorial ventricular system is prominent. Hypo densities are seen in both per ventricular areas s/o ischemic changes. Diffuse cerebral atrophy noted. IMPRESSION:-" Findings s/o CHRONIC WATERSHED INFARCT RIGHT MCA TERRITORY. Please tell what the best treatment to recover from it. (Tell in hindi language as possible)
I Had acute embolic infarct left side stroke. Narrow escape because of immediate hospitalisation. Please advise for future life.
I am suffering from epilepsy from last ten years but I don't get any fit from 4 years. Can I leave our medicine, reply only when you take guarantee that no fit will arise after leaving medicine's?
I have daily headaches that last all day long. I've been treated for TMJ, migraines, eyesight, etc. I've had MRIs and CT scans, but nothing. please help me. I am fed up from this.
From the past 3 months he is having headache and sometimes the problem of migraine but he don't want to consult a doctor so please help.
Headache is one of the most frequently encountered problem at a clinic. Even questions at lybrate are mostly studded with this symptom.
More often than not, headaches are self limiting and without a serious medical problem. But any chronic headache needs proper evaluation for definitive therapy.
Grossly, headaches can be divided into primary (no definite structural lesion in brain) or secondary (associated with changes).
Any headache, if associated with vomiting without nausea, visual disturbance or nerve deficit (new onset squint, double vision, loss of sensation anywhere, facial deviation amongst many) may indicate secondary headache, but exceptions are there. These require immediate attention to rule out life threatening disease.
Commonest primary headache is tension type headache all of us have felt at certain times. Often it is like a band pressing around forehead. Common analgesics manage them well but for recurrent problem, we might prescribe prophylactic drug.
Migraine is something very common presenting as pain in one half of head with vomiting, nausea, visual or auditory aura. They require immediate analgesic like acetaminophen and prophylaxis with propranolol or amitriptyline.
Cluster headache, as the name suggests, comes in cluster for few days and more common in male. Oxygen has been proven as effective treatment.
Trigeminal neuralgia is more sharp, lanceolating pain, but responds satisfactorily to carbamazepine.
Sinusitis, in frontal bone presents as headache more around 10am in the morning that requires therapy with antihistamines and antibiotics occasionally.
Therefore' headache' carries little value unless it is described in detail to ensure proper therapy.