A young boy 29yrs(PIN 11308) presented with history of migraine. He had headaches for 7-8 years. Since the last 17 months there was an enormous increase in the headaches. The attack was once or twice in a month. It used to start with symptoms of white yellow spots before the eyes. The headaches were always left sided and accompanied by nausea. There would be vomiting which would often relieve the headache. The headaches would occur on exposure to sun and travelling. He was on topamac, sibelium and provanol for the headaches with no relief of his complaints. Due to the use of Sibelium he had put on excessive weight.
He was suffering with high blood pressure measuring about 150/100 mmHg.
He was extremely emotional and sensitive. His family members revealed he would react very easily on slightest trifles. He would get angry, shout or get abusive. He was frustrated with the failures or disappointments he had faced in in work and life.
Dr Shah studied the case in detail, interacted with the patient and prescribed the indicated medicines in his particular case.
In 6 weeks of treatment, the migraine reduced considerably. The intensity of pain was less by 30%. The frequency of headaches was 2-3 times in 6 weeks.
The medicines were continued further. Within 4 months of the treatment, the frequency and intensity of the headaches had improved to almost no attacks. His blood pressure was found to be normal. He reported of having lost the excessive weight.
Since last 6 months, he has had no major attacks of migraine.