A 25-year-old female asked:
What kind of headache is it if it doesn't go away after a night of sleep? bad headache all day wake up next morning still have headache
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Pain Management 36 years experience
Migraine: The headache classification committee defines migraine as an idiopathic recurring headache disorder with attacks lasting 4 to 72 hours (if untreated or unsuccessfully treated). Migraine attacks can occur at any time but most frequently are present upon arising. The vast majority of patients complain of nausea, which is accompanied by vomiting in half the patients.
Rec. See orofacial pain doctor.
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Gastroenterology 43 years experience
Could be...: Migraine, sinus, dental, TMJ (has joint), pmr (polymyalgia rheumatic a)/temporal arteritis, clot/mass, infection, other. Depends on onset, duration, location, quality of pain, associated symptoms, associated conditions, etc. See md.
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Last updated Apr 26, 2016
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