Sorry to hear about your predicament.
How may I help you?
OK. I m sorry to hear that. Can you answer a few questions so that I may help for a solution please?
1. How were you diagnosed as having migrane?
2. Is there a particular reason as to why you are not sleeping well ie not the health reasons but any other reason?
3. Are you taking any regular medications?
4. Do you suffer from any other medical conditions?
5. Are you taking any medications regularly?
6. Anything else you would like me to know regarding your health?
Regarding the headache, can you describe it by answer the following questions please?
1. Location of the headache on the whole head? all around. on one side, on front, around eyes, behind your head?
2. Nature of your headache? throbbing, pricking?
3. Visual symptoms? e.g. flashing lights, floaters?
4. How has your headache in the past been relieved?
5. Any redness in the eyes?
6. Frequency of past headaches per month?
Last 2 questions relating to your headaches
1. Your exact age please?
2. Do experience any pain in the chest upon exertion?
Ok thank you.
It seems as though you are suffering from migranous type of headache, but you require formal examination as well in which the doctor would like to see the eyes with some light (opthalmoscope) and would want to take your blood pressures as well. Till then I would like you to take stronger pain killers such as :tab diclofenac 75mg (once a day) after take a prokinetic (which would prevent vomiting) such as tab domperidone 10mg or tab metclopromide 10mg thrice daily 10 min before meals for 02 days. Lastly one antacid that should relieve your heart burn e.g. Tab Ranitidine 150mg twice daily for 02 days.
So to summarise:
Tab diclofenac 75mg once daily
Tab Ranitidine 150mg (twice daily, 12 hour gap) x 02 days
Tab Motilium 10mg or Tab Metoclopromide 10mg (thrice daily 10 min before meals) 02 days.
Visit your GP, you need a formal assessment of your eyes and blood pressure please
To answer that, can you tell me if you have ever became unconscious or had fits?
Ok seems unlikely that it would anything serious, but since you are having these at early morning, I sincerely ***** ***** visit the local GP and have a formal assessment to completely rule out any sinister cause. But again, seems more benign.
Anything else that I may help with?