Kansas City, MO
A 39-year-old female asked:
Intermittent daily headaches w/ no other symp. working w/ dr. one side eye pain - dr. cleared. ct- normal. do this sounds like tension/migraine?
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Pain Management 38 years experience
Unilateral headache: Unilateral headache can be a sign of migraine or tension. Triggers such as bright lights, stress, wines, and chocolate may favor a migraine. Tension headaches associated with neck muscles are usually located more in the back of the head and neck but may also affect the temporal region as well. Migraine headaches can often be associated with auras as well. Consultation with neurologist.
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Last updated Sep 15, 2015
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