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Spot HeadAche very peculiar....Pls Help.

Hello all at the forum,
My Borther is 41 and he has this peculiar head ache since a week now.

He get a shooting pain at his left side above the ear ONLY ONCE as a hammer blow, just for a second...and vanish....again after say 1 mins. it appears..this continues for about 2-3 hrs during after noon..he take alcohol...evenings..
when he took liquor he doesnt experience the pain.

Any help please
  yoga2000 on 2006-03-27
This is just a forum. Assume posts are not from medical professionals.
single ( 2 pellet)dose nux-vomica 200c in evening before sleep---at least one hour after last eating---DONT TAKE IF DRUNK--will wish were dead from aggravtion---

tell brother knock off using alcohol---just take pain as mild warning--if no deeper pathology from life style indiscretion--getting off easy

also avoid all acidic foods and drinks--this include (alcoholic beverages;fruit and fruit juices;vinegar;all carbonated soft drinks;coffee;tea;...etc)

no spicy foods or condiments

and start using full spectrum Bcomplex vitamin--and probiotic
John Stanton last decade
I am not a doctor but still I feel that if this headche persists , pls take him for checkup. Does it hurt in the eye also?
rdutt last decade
I agree.

Suggest you persuade your brother to consult a neurologist who will do a scan to ensure that everything is OK.

You are advised to do this immediately.
Joe De Livera last decade

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