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1.03% of the posts that mention Macular Edema also mention Headaches (14 posts)

Headaches

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(Headache)
headache or cephalalgia is pain anywhere in the region of the head or neck. It can be a symptom of a number of different conditions of the head and neck. The brain tissue itself is not sensitive to pain because it lacks nociceptors. Rather, the pain is caused by disturbance of the pain... Read more on Wikipedia

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Macular Edema

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(Macular oedema)
Cystoid macular edema (CME) is any type of macular edema that involves cyst formation,including Irvine-Gass syndrome and others. Diabetic macular edema is classified into focal and diffuse types. Each can be treated by types of laser photocoagulation... Read more on Wikipedia
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he complained of an headache and a follow-up opthalmoscopic...
...old male had admitted in the ER with fever and neck rigidity. A few hours later he complained of an headache and a follow-up opthalmoscopic examination shows macular edema. MRI scan shows...
came out she said she had a headache in her temple area and...
...her eye for Macular Edema. ...Tylenol right before to fend off any pain from post swelling. She explains the laser like this: Many bright lights that feel like they thump all the way to th...
Now however, I have macular edema which is really scary...
...last 40'days and experience the extreme fatigue and headaches, a few days of ...fatigue. Now however, I have macular edema which is really scary and have stopped taking the Gilenya. I will be ...
because of my history of macular edema and aubagio causes...
...it. I started with Copaxone which caused migraine headaches, next was ...is out because of my history of macular edema and aubagio causes elevated liver ...no side effects except a headac...
as well as cystiod macular edema, RPE changes and mild late...
...as well as cystiod macular edema, RPE changes and mild ...acute visual losses include terrible headaches (especially behind my eyes), severe ...I am still experiencing decreased/blurred visio...
fatigue, back pain, head aches and flu like symptoms...
...I had extreme fatigue, back pain, head aches and flu like symptoms for ...caused me to stop the medication. I am experiencing macular edema, the doctor did not use those words but explained...
exams to check for macular edema and both have come back...
...eye exams to check for macular edema and both have come back ...the first month or so I did get some headaches but they were nothing that advil couldn't take care of. On an MRI that I...
nausea, headache, diarrhoea, increased infections (ie flu,...
...side effects such as nausea, headache, diarrhoea, increased infections (ie flu, ...the more serious ones including macular oedema, very serious infections, abnormal hearth...
retinopathy and macular oedema yet it was prescibed for...
...gain as other drugs can. I have severe retinopathy and macular oedema yet it was prescibed for me by the Diabetes ...a few side effecs initially - headaches and drowsiness but I think...
Macular edema, severe back pain, loss of vision, vision...
Xalatan Macular edema, severe back pain, loss of ...months ago, they include: severe pain in the eyeball, macular edema, blurred vision, loss of vision from 90% to 25%, headache, severe back...
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