Frequent Headaches That Arise At The Top?
I want to ask the doctor I have experienced headaches for almost 1 year and have been treated by a neurologist and eye specialist … but the neurologist and optometrist said my results were good and there was nothing about my nerves and eyes … and the neurologist had not advised me to CT-Scan because the analysis he did not need to do a CT-Scan, after treatment to a neurologist and my eye was given a concoction of medicine from there I drank and the pain disappeared a little so almost 5 months did not hurt but now2 it often feels it hurts like a puncture in the upper head (Middle) and even if it’s just recurring .. even in any position it still hurts .. but sometimes it goes away by itself … it’s just that sometimes he likes to appear sick like a skewer .. please enlighten me what steps should i do, thank you ..
Hello Ilyas, Thank you for the question.
Headache is one of the common complaints experienced by many people. However, knowing the cause of a headache is not always easy because these complaints can be caused by various health conditions. What other symptoms are you experiencing? The following are some examples of the causes of headaches:
tension headaches cluster headaches migraine flu sinusitis vision problems narrowing of blood vessels in the brain and others Do you recognize the originator of this headache? In some health conditions, the main treatment is to prevent triggers in addition to taking pain relievers. It is impossible to know the cause of your complaint without a doctor's examination. You can consult with other neurologists to ask for a second opinion from the doctor. The doctor will ask again about this complaint and examine you before giving further treatment.
Please do the following suggestions:
rest enough to multiply the consumption of nutritious food consumption of water at least 2 liters per day recognize the triggers of headaches ranging from activity, food, drinks, stress levels, and others and try to avoid managing stress well improve posture when sleeping and sitting Hopefully this information is useful .