Posted by: Fluffy | 2006/04/14


My dogter het 3 keer in haar lewe encephalitis gehad en kry verskriklik hoofpyne. Sy het gegaan vir CT scan's en nog meer maar die Dr's kry nie die oorsaak nie. Die een Dr het gese sy het die hoofpyne oorgehou van die siekte. Wat kan ek vir haar gee om die hoofpyne te verlig en of moet ek haar maar vat vir 'n MRI scan. Sy kry so erg hoofpyn dat sy nie kan onthou wat sy geleer of gelees het nie.Geen OTC medikasie help nie. Nie eers Synap Forte nie. Sy word 16 die 24ste April en is 80kg en in lengte is sy 1.75. Ek sal enige raad en hulp waardeer aangesien ons nie op 'n medies is nie.

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Hallo Fluffy
Kyk of jy haar nie by die neurologie departement van julle naaste groot akademiese hospitaal kan inkry nie. "n MR scan is vrekduur ( paar duisend rand). Hulle moet kyk na ander goed ook soos of sy reg byt en of haar oe ok is en of sy nie dalk migraine kry nie.

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Posted by: shooter | 2006/04/15

Ouch, your daugter seem to be having it bad right now. Ask your GP for a trial run on Xefo. I have had a number of brain injuries from accidents & found this to be the only drug to help in the long term.
Are her headaches also related { occur} when there are atomspheric changes or when in the car & you climb a steep hill or descend a hill? Go for the MRI but remember that they might not find anything significant.

Good luck & have a fabulous easter

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