Do You Have a Migraine?

If you think you’re suffering from migraines, it’s very frustrating. Many people just take Tylenol and deal with them. For some, it’s not something that can be managed, but needs to be treated by a doctor. Here’s when to see a doctor about migraine pain.

Even if you have a history of headaches, see your doctor if the pattern changes or your headaches suddenly feel different.

If you start to see symptoms like these, make an appointment immediately or go to the emergency room, as you may have severe migraine issues:

  • An abrupt, severe headache like a thunderclap
  • Headache with fever, stiff neck, mental confusion, seizures, double vision, weakness, numbness or trouble speaking
  • Headache after a head injury, especially if the headache gets worse
  • A chronic headache that is worse after coughing, exertion, straining or a sudden movement
  • New headache pain if you’re older than 50

Many migraines go completely untreated. If you’re experiencing migraine attack symptoms, keep notes on what you do to deal with them, and how effective it is. Then call Neuropax Clinic to discuss your headaches.

Dr. Robert Hagan of Neuropax Clinic is ready to help with your migraine attacks. Call the office today at 314-434-7784 to schedule an appointment to talk about how peripheral nerve surgery can help with your migraine pain. Don’t live with migraines a day longer than you have to. Let us help.


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