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Eulexin (Flutamide)

Among the range of life-threatening conditions in which headache may be a symptom are:
stroke (a blockage in the blood supply to the brain) — usually due to either an arterial clot or fatty deposit of arterial plaque;
subarachnoid haemorrhage — caused by a rupture in the brain arterial system which forces blood into the cavity between the brain and the skull;
brain tumour—brain tumours only rarely present as a dull or throbbing headache, but may sometimes do so;
hypertension — blood pressure can sometimes be so high that it causes headache, often accompanied by blurred vision;
temporal arteritis — in which the arteries which run up the side of the skull become inflamed, causing severe head pain to one side of the head. This pain will usually be around the temple which becomes sensitive to touch; and
head injuries — in which headache symptoms may develop immediately or within 48 hours.
Although this final category of life-threatening disease makes up only a very small sector of the whole class of headache types, it is important to realise that any headache can be potentially dangerous by virtue of being neglected.
If a headache is indicative of a serious underlying disease such as a brain tumour or blood clot, the head pain will generally remain relatively constant and confined to one small area of the head. Most non-life-threatening headaches experienced do not pinpoint any particular area of the head.
If a pattern of recurring, non-local headaches does occur, however, it is always best to consult a doctor for further diagnosis. Additionally, if a headache occurs in any of the following circumstances, it is wise to have this headache history immediately analysed by a medical professional:
a headache commences without warning;
a headache occurs after a recent sore throat or head injury;
a headache is accompanied by fever, a stiff neck, rash, seizures, double vision, mental confusion, numbness or weakness; or
if you experience chronic, progressive headaches which worsen after coughing, exertion or straining.

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