209) A 35 Year old woman presents for evaluation of recurrent headaches for the past few months. Lately, she has been waking up with a headache almost daily though it tends to improve in the latter half of the day. She is frustrated as she can not even get some sleep during the attack since lying down makes her feel worse . She has associated nausea. She has transient attacks of light flashes that resolve spontaneously. Her menstrual history is unremarkable. On physical examination, she has no neurological deficits. Funduscopic examination shown below:
Which of the following information, if elicited in the patient history, would increase the clinical suspicion of the diagnosis?
B) Family History
C) Recent weight gain
E) Urinary incontinence