My righthand eye was operated april 2013 and I started having sudden pain back in my head in december and I am still experiencing the pain what do I do? Iteh.
Please, get off the computer right now and call your doctor. Unexplained head pain should always be investigated, and the only person who can safely tell you what's causing it and what should be done about it is a doctor who reviews your medical history, discusses your symptoms with you, and examines you - in person .
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Full Question: I have small PFO and migraine with aura. Diagnosed by a neurologist. During my contrast bubble echo cardiogram study i developed a Migraine aura with micropsia, dysphasia and sudden sharp pain in the left side of my head, during the valsalva, and went on to have a full Migraine with my normal right sided headache, forty minutes after the aura. Was this sharp pain a TIA, or my migraine? Should I have a CT brain scan. Many thanks. Pat. Answer : Dear Pat; A not uncommon problem with Migraines is that they can present symptoms that are quite difficult to distinguish from the symptoms of TIA or stroke. There are multiple possibilities here -- the test could have triggered a Migraine; something else could have triggered a Migraine; you could have experienced both TIA and Migraine. Without examining you, it's impossible to hazard an opinion. Please discuss this with your physician at the earlies possible opportunity. He may order at CT scan or MRI to be certain. Good lu...
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