Hello … I am 19 years old … I often get pain in the lower part of the head on the left side, especially if I am tired and exposed to direct sunlight … And if in the room I often experience vertigo. That’s why, thanks for the answer
Headache is one of the complaints that often occurs daily and is generally caused by a mild condition. Mild headaches can improve on their own or with treatment at home such as avoiding trigger factors, getting enough rest, consuming enough water or by consuming over-the-counter pain medication. If the complaint does not improve with treatment then the complaint should be examined by a doctor because it could be related to a more serious condition.
Headache itself is divided into 2, namely:
Primary headaches or headaches that are not caused by other conditions, which include primary headaches are migraine, tension type headaches or cluster headaches Secondary headaches, are headaches that are triggered due to other medical conditions such as being inflamed, due to physical trauma, visual disturbances to brain tumors You should check with your doctor if the complaint is very disturbing or recurred frequently so that the doctor can ascertain the cause of your complaint and provide appropriate treatment. Your doctor will ask for a history of complaints, carry out physical examinations or supporting examinations such as blood tests or CT-Scan of the head.
If your complaint is caused by a primary headache, your doctor may prescribe NSAID-class pain medications such as ibuprofen or tricyclic antidepressant drugs to treat complaints. If the complaint is caused by a secondary headache, the doctor will treat the conditions that underlie your headache.
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