Take The Medicine That Has Been Consumed For 2 Weeks When You Have A Headache?
Can I take the medicine for paracetamol, amoxilin and Trodex that I keep for 2 weeks because now my head often migrates right at the top to the neck? My age is around 32 years.
Thank you for the question.
Migraine is a type of primary headache that is characterized by symptoms of side headaches, lasting for 4-72 hours headache feels throbbing, sometimes accompanied by additional symptoms such as nausea, vomiting, sensitivity to light, and often triggered by stress and activity. To be able to diagnose it, doctors will usually do a history of complaints, a history of previous illnesses, physical examinations, and supporting examinations if needed. Usually the doctor will provide treatment in the form of pain medications, such as paracetamol, and additional doses or drug changes if symptoms do not improve.
The only medicine you mentioned that can help relieve migraines is paracetamol. The other two drugs that you mentioned are a class of antibiotic and anti-inflammatory drugs that have no use in treating migraines, so you don't need to take them. For a safe period of use of the drug, you should look at the expiration date of the drug to make sure, so you can take the drug if the drug is not yet expired.
The following recommendations at home that you can do to reduce headaches:
Identify factors that can trigger headaches. Rest yourself and avoid exposure to the screen. Manage stress well. Eat healthy and nutritious foods. Drink 2-3 liters of water a day. Regular exercise. Hopefully this information can help and hopefully get well soon.