I have trouble sleeping while taking strattera, so I called my Doc and asked if I could take a Tylenol PM. She said yes, and I have been taking one a night and it works like a charm. I have only been on strattera for a week. I do take my strattera before I go to bed so that could be the problem. I started strattera one other time and took the first pill in the early afternoon and I had such head sensations that I quit it right away. Since then I realized I would probably have some side effects and am giving it another try. No head sensations if I take it in the evening. It seems to be starting to work.
If you hit your head hard enough to cause brain damage, then yes, this could cause a seizure.
Knots on the head could be acne pimples on the scalp or elsewhere on the head. They could also be insect bites.
A stroke could cause both of these things. A TIA would cause this temporarily. Some sort of mass in the head or a head injury could also be to blame.
Yes, the ignition on a trailblazer can cause head lights to work improperly.
MY 13 YR OLD WAS ON STRATTERA AND I TOOK IT HIM RIGHT OFF IT AND HE HAD NO SIDE AFFECTS WHAT SO EVER. AND YOU SHOULD'NT HAVE ANY SIDE AFFECTS CONSIDERING STRATTERA IS AN ALL NATURAL MEDICATION USED FOR ADHD
Yes, because it could cause bleeding in the brain.
It could do, but not necessarily. It could depend on how hard you banged your head and also the cause of your seizures.
Earmites or grass seeds in the ears could cause this
Water -.- xD
A bad head injury could cause long term mental illness, due to brain damage.
There is a strong possibility that you have either a blown head gasket or cracked cylinder head.
cancer can cause it, you can just shave y our head, or you could wear a bald cap
If you feel a dent on your head it could be a sign of an injury. If no injury has occurred, the possible cause could be a vitamin D deficiency.
A cracked head could also at fault.
It could lead to it indirectly, but it won't be a direct cause.
A leaking head gasket could cause this.
Being hit there
That could be anything. You could have hit your head on the ground while jumping, you could have been dropped on your head as a baby (most likely), or you could have some disease that makes your skull have an indentation.
Thare are a number of things that could cause compression loss, Like bad valve, rings, or the head gasket.
it could if the bump is near your eyes or any part of the optical lobes at the back of your head
There are a number of things that could cause your twitch on the right side of your head. It could be a nervous twitch for example.
Yes it sure can.