A 28-year-old female asked:
Hx: undiff connect tissue disease -frequent dizzy spells/fogginess induced by sun&fatigue. steroids resolve sx.brain mri (-). now getting temple headaches ? cause?
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Pain Management 36 years experience
Several poss: With ct disease, must consider temporal arteritis, potentially serous.Other considerations are simple tension headaches or ha's caused by muscular, joint or cranial bone dysf-all of which can be diagnosed by osteopathic dr with osteopath hands-on exam.If such cause is found, osteopathic manipulation may fix it.If not, osteopathic dr. Is qualified to determine the more serious causes, as well.
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Pain Management 18 years experience
UCTD: Headaches are common in uctd, usually from a vascular etiology, muscle tension, myofascial trigger points, or due to a form of meningitis known as aseptic meningitis which can be caused by the condition itself or by reaction to nsaids commonly used in this condition. More serious things can cause this & a negative MRI is promising. Keep in mind headaches are caused by many things & not just uctd.
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