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Two months, head pain on top of head, happens on the left & sometimes right, its hard pain to describe as not painful but like a sharp pressure. head also has a tingling/crawling sensation, which i feel on upper right arm & right cheek intermittentl?

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Dr. Neil McLeod
Prosthodontics 49 years experience
Get Checked!: Don't wait, please get checked. You are too young for a heart attack, although the symptoms suggest something like that. I suspect your TMJ Temporomandibular Joint. See you physician or dentist pronto!

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A 26-year-old female asked:

2 months, head pain on top of head, happens on the left & sometimes right, its hard pain to describe as not painful but like a sharp pressure. Head also has a tingling/crawling sensation, which I feel on upper right arm & right cheek intermittently?

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Dr. Yvette Kratzberg
Pediatrics 24 years experience
Neurological: There are a variety of nerves running along the sides of your head/face. Any burning, cold, tingling, painful jolt, or crawling sensation could be the result of improper stimulation of these nerves = parasthesia. If this is a recurring sensation or you have strange sensations in multiple areas, it might be time to see a neurologist. They can do nerve testing and determine the underlying cause.

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