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    Headache for almost a week and numbness in face, nausea, blurred vision
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    CaseySmith14 posted:
    I am a 29 yr old female and I have had a headache for almost a week with numbness to my face and around my mouth...other symptoms include nausea, blurred vision, light sensitivity, vomiting, decreased appetite, hair falling out, extreme fatigue...What else could I do for my headache? I have taken other the counter meds from day one and I am at my ropes end!!! Please help...
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    perskinny responded:
    That doesn't sound too much like a migraine to me. But maybe I just haven't had those symptoms. Maybe try Advil Migraine. That works for some. Not for me but for some. Good luck!


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