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Doubling down on post-traumatic headache A combination of two anti-nausea drugs, metoclopramide and diphenhydramine may be effective for  relieving acute post-traumatic headache, a US study shows. Published in Neurology, the prospective trial compared outcomes in 81 patients who experienced headache within 10 days of acute trauma, randomised to 20mg metoclopramide and 25 mg of diphenhydramine ...

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