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Ahmed H. Jafri

Consultant Neurologist

Memorial Medical Group

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Employment History

Neurologist

UT Southwestern Medical Center


Associate Professor of Neurology

UT Southwestern Medical Center


Neurologist

Neurological Consultants IL


Web References(4 Total References)


www.healthnewsdigest.com

"A headache may stem from a harmless problem, or it might be a sign of a life-threatening disorder," says Dr. Ahmed Jafri, a neurologist at UT Southwestern Medical Center.
"There are certain red flags that should send a person to the doctor, or even an emergency room." Anyone who frequently uses pain medication to self-treat chronic headaches should seek medical help, Dr. Jafri says. Dr. Jafri also says that a headache accompanied by fever and stiff neck, or visual impairment, or fainting, or paralysis anywhere on the body, or bloodshot eyes with tearing and a runny nose requires medical care.


www.migraineresearchfoundation.org [cached]

Ahmed H. Jafri, MD
618-234-4531


www.upi.com

Dr. Ahmed Jafri of the University of Southwestern Medical Center in Dallas says anyone who frequently uses pain medication to self-treat chronic headaches should seek medical help.
"A headache may stem from a harmless problem, or it might be a sign of a life-threatening disorder," Jafri says in a statement. "There are certain red flags that should send a person to the doctor, or even an emergency room." Jafri says any of the following symptoms warrants immediate emergency attention: In addition, Jafri says a headache accompanied by fever and stiff neck, visual impairment, fainting, paralysis anywhere on the body, or bloodshot eyes with tearing and a runny nose requires medical care.


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Ahmed Jafri, MD


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