Thank you for posting your query at DoctorSpring.com
I have noted your symptoms and I agree with you that they are suggestive of severe migraines. Migraine is known to get exacerbated with surgery and anaesthesia.
As of now, you can take rizatriptan as and when necessary to relieve the headache. A course of naproxen and divalproex may be used to prevent the headaches.
High eye pressure may be contributing to the pain. If needed, please check with the eye doctors and start the treatment for that too.
I hope it helps.
Dr. Sudhir Kumar MD (Medicine), DM (Neurology)
Senior Consultant Neurologist,
Patient replied :
the high eye pressure, why do you think they have never treated it? I know 2 years old patientago when I went they took pictures of my optic nerve with some special machine and it was perfectly normal, could that have changed in two years old patienttime with high eye pressure? even though I was feeling palpatations prior to surgery no one mentioned anything about them when I was being monitored during surgery. so would that indicate there were no events on montir during my surgery????
21-22 is borderline, and anything more than 20, we start the monitoring for eye pressure.
It can definitely be causing the headache, and could act as one of triggers of your migraine.
Palpitations could be due to the anxiety also, it is difficult to comment whether they monitored it or not.
As of now, it's my humble request to you, get another ophthalmology opinion, and get the tonometry done to check for the eye pressures.