Migraines or something else?

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lion00
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Date Joined Aug 2006
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   Posted 5/15/2007 4:11 PM (GMT -6)   
Hi everyone,
I'm normally on the lupus forum but hoped if I post here someone may have a little advice for me. I have had two severe headaches over the last few weeks. Both times they have lasted for a long time, the one I have now has been there since last Wednesday. It started when I woke up with severe pain on the right hand side. It hurt to move and the pain was very sharp. Then I started vomiting and continued to vomit all day. My sight was slightly blurred in my right eye and also my hearing seemed not quite right. It was so bad that I was actually hitting myself in the head. Sounds daft as it hurt! but I was so desperate. Although the severe pain has now gone, my head still feels "fuzzy" and I still have a slight headache. I have been told that my optical nerve/disc?? is pale and I go for an appt on Friday for this. I just wondered if anyone had any experiences that were similar. Or if the optical disc thing could cause this. I used to suffer migraines as a child but not really been bothered by them for years and this just doesn't seem like how I rememer them. Any advice also on relieving the pain. I did get anti sickness tablets from the gp which did stop the vomiting. Many thanks if you can help.


Chillblain Pattern LE, possible SLE, tachycardia, proctal fugax, anismus, slow transit constipation.
 
Prednisoloe, 35mg
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lion00
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Date Joined Aug 2006
Total Posts : 334
   Posted 5/20/2007 3:47 AM (GMT -6)   
Thanks Hippi Girl,
My opthamology appt wasn't quite how I expected. My optical disc is pale, but he offered no thougts on this. I have glyril (sp??) tissue on the back of my eye. He thought the headaches were probably migraines and this could be causing the blurred vision. I need to see my GP to discuss it. Thanks for your reply. x x
Chillblain Pattern LE, possible SLE, tachycardia, proctal fugax, anismus, slow transit constipation.
 
Prednisoloe, 35mg
Tramadol
diclofenick

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