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for headache

 

A headache can be a stand-alone medical condition, result from menstruation and food sensitivities, or be a symptom of another condition or disease such as high blood pressure, arterial dissection or carcinoma. They present as pain, aching or throbbing in different regions of the head or behind the eyes. Headaches can present on both sides of the head, or just one. Sometimes they are associated with pain in the neck, the jaw or the teeth. A headache can be related to different postures, blurred vision, dizziness, disorientation, difficulty speaking, swallowing or feeling faint. They can also be associated with migraine symptoms with an aura (sensations prior to the headache such as visual changes, pins and needles, numbness, difficulty speaking, or feeling fatigued).

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