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Nausea and vomiting can prevent you from getting enough food and nutrients and from sticking with your chosen treatment regimen.

Anti nausea medication (sometimes called anti-emetics), taken either as tablets or injections, can be prescribed by your doctor to help manage migraine symptoms. This can be particularly important when starting a new treatment, such as anti-HIV
combination therapy, which is associated with a high risk of nausea and vomiting during the first few weeks. Adequate anti-nausea medication can help you adjust to your new regimen and make this initial period easier. For more information on medication, read How To Deal With Migraine Headache?

To cure headache and overcome the side effects of medication, one needs to understand the headache causes. If there is persistent headache, the patient should see a headache specialist. The headache nausea should be kept in check as it hampers the daily activities.

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