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Headache is a symptom of facial pain or pain in head and neck. Headache can be mild or severe.


  • Can I talk to a doctor on about my headache?


Yes, provides virtual care services for headache. A doctor will take a comprehensive in-depth history and provide you with prescriptions. Depending on the severity of symptoms further recommendations will be provided. If a patient is suffering from a severe headache the doctor will direct him/her to clinic treatment.


  • What is headache?


Headache is the pain you feel from merged signals of nerves, brain and nearby structures[1]. Headache is also common with other health conditions in ear, throat, and meninges infection, or sinusitis. Headache can also occur from blow injury to the head. Aetiology can vary from benign causes to more serious conditions such as brain tumor or hemorrhage[2]. Headaches are divided into two types; primary headache includes migraines, tension and stress oriented headaches and cluster headaches, whereas secondary headaches may result from head and neck muscular imbalance[3].


  • What are the symptoms of headache?


Headache can be presented simultaneously with increased intracranial pressure. A doctor will be able to diagnose a headache by identifying characteristic symptoms. Symptoms associated with headache are photosensitivity, nausea, postural strain, vomiting and irritability[4]. Symptoms of headache can last between 30 minutes to hours[5, 6].


  • How is headache treated?


A doctor decides on treatment after taking a comprehensive history of the patient. Treatment of a headache depends on the underlying cause and investigations should be done. First of all, life-threatening conditions are excluded by the doctor at the clinic. Pain-relieving medications such as non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs may be prescribed to make the patient free of pain. Prescriptions for anti-depressants may be provided for the patients that suffer from migraine attacks and other types of headaches[7] [8, 9].


  • How can an online doctor on treat a headache?


Online doctors on treat headache through virtual care services. An appointment can be easily made with an online doctor. Headache can be treated via virtual care methods[5, 8-15]. An online doctor will take a comprehensive history of your signs and symptoms and may provide you with prescriptions[16-18]. Prescriptions can be obtained by online doctors. Virtual care services provided by assure comfort, convenience and a higher level of care for the patient.



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13. Bokolo Anthony, J., Use of Telemedicine and Virtual Care for Remote Treatment in Response to COVID-19 Pandemic. Journal of Medical Systems, 2020. 44(7): p. 132.
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