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MIGRAINE Unbearable Pain

In today’s world where the lifestyle is changing and getting so fast that some of our problems are increasing day-by-day. Migraine is one of the problem which really hampers daily lifestyle.


It is a primary headache disorder
The headaches affect one half of the head
It accompanies nausea and disturbed vision
It may be caused by changes in brainstem
Migraine occurs due to imbalances in brain chemicals like serotonin. But, research is going on regarding serotonin.

Neck stiffness
Visual disturbances
Increased thirst and urination
Difficulty in speaking
Weakness or numbness in the face
Limb weakness


If the pain lasts for 15 or more days a month for more than three months, then it can be known as chronic migraine.


Severe migraine attacks that last for longer than three days are known as Status migrainosus.


An aura goes away after the migraine attack, but sometimes aura lasts for more than one week afterward.


Aura symptoms that last longer than one hour can signal a loss of blood supply to an area of the brain (stroke), and should be evaluated.

Migraine occurs due to environmental and genetic factors

Changing of hormone levels in women
Food additives
Mood changes
Changes in wake-sleep pattern

Initially recommended treatment is with simple pain medication. But it is always advisable to take the opinion of physician to avoid any such complications.

After taking the detail history about headache ,a Neurologist will thoroughly examine the patient’s condition and determine the appropriate procedure alongwith required medical examination at DESUN Hospital, all under one roof. The advantage at DESUN is that a patient doesn’t have to wait 2-3 days for reports to come from other places.

Desun Hospital has highly developed state-of-the-art infrastructure combining specialist doctors from 28 Medical Departments under one roof. It also has 94 ICU beds with one dedicated ventilator for each bed. Along with Steel OTs, where all the walls are made of medical grade steel to prevent infection.