does headache on left side could it be from a tias because my eye dr said i have had tias. Rhonda.
TIA's (transient ischemic attacks) can cause headaches. On the other hand, so can Migraines and many other conditions.
Your eye doctor told you you've had TIA's. Did he tell you that's what's causing your headaches? If you haven't discussed these headaches with your regular doctor, it's important that you do so.
You don't say if your "eye doctor" is an optometrist or ophthalmologist. Optometrists examine people's eyes to diagnose vision problems, such as nearsightedness and farsightedness, and they test patients' depth and color perception and ability to focus and coordinate the eyes. Optometrists may prescribe eyeglasses or contact lenses, or they may provide other treatments, such as vision therapy or low-vision rehabilitation. Optometrists also test for glaucoma and other eye diseases and diagnose conditions cau...
I had a fall back in december, went to the hospital and they said i was ok, since then i have had really bad headaches on the top left side of my head, i use to be a heavy drinker, not had a dink know since 3rd January 2010,i still smoke but trying to give them up, my headache is like a pressure been to my doctor's he said i am all right, can u please help me? Thank you, Victor.
It's possible that you're experiencing post-traumatic headaches. For more information on this type of headache, please see Post-Traumatic Headache – The Basics .
As much as we'd like to help, the only person who can do that is a doctor who can review your and your family's medical history, discuss your symptoms with you, and conduct a complete examination. Nobody can diagnose via the Internet.
If your doctor isn’t able to help you, it may well be time to consult a Migraine and headache specialist. It’s important to note t...
Congestive heart failure - left
The goals of treatments are:
Treat the disease that is causing the heart failure
Relieve stress on the heart
Reduce risks of worsening heart failure
You should see a heart specialist. You may need to stay in the hospital when symptoms are severe.
Treatment may involve surgery or cardiac catheterization to open blocked heart arteries, medicines for high blood pressure, and lifestyle changes such as stopping drinking alcohol.
Persons with heart failure should eat less salt, avoid alcohol, and exercise moderately.
Medicines that may be used include:
Diuretics such as furosemide (Lasix) or spironolactone (Aldactone) to help the body get rid of extra fluid
Beta blockers and ACE inhibitors to reduce the stress on the heart and to prevent further muscle damage and scarring
Digoxin to increase muscle strength and slow down abnormally fast ...
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