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Acute Headache With Swelling On Top Of Head
Probably ok: Head pain of this sort is rarely anything to worry about unless recurrent or persistent over many days, assoc w/ nausea, vomiting, local redness or swelling, or vision problems (double vision or a dilated pupil). Would treat w/ rest and tylenol (acetaminophen). See doc if does not improve over several days or the above symptoms are present. Good luck. ...Read more
Swelling is the enlargement of organs, skin, or other body parts. It is caused by a buildup of fluid in the tissues. The extra fluid can lead to a rapid increase in weight over a short period of time (days to weeks). Swelling can occur all over the body (generalized) or only in one part ...Read more
Can these symptoms, throbbing on the left side of the head, also aching in the left ear, stuffy nose and constant headache be a sinus infection ?
Could be.: Could also be many other things- dental abcess, allergy, among others..... Best to see your doc. ...Read more
Worsening daily pain on right side base of head to neck can't turn Head to the right .with sick aches in head?
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Severe headache at the right side of the back of the head. Onset with alcoholic drinks. Lasting for 2wks. Clear mri. Cluster hdache or occptl neurgla?
Hard to tell: Migraines are usually one-sided, pounding, severe headaches that last up to 3 days and have associated nausea, incapacity, and vision change. Alcohol can be a trigger. I'm glad your MRI is clear, because that rules out tumor. These could be either cluster or occipital neuralgia. The next step might be to get an injection to block that right occipital nerve and possible physical therapy. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Recurrent migraines on bottom of head near neck and lymph nodes of head, tender spot, may it be associated with chronic head tilting?
Cervical migraines: Many things can trigger a migraine attack, i.e. Certain food/drink, odor/perfume, lack of sleep, skipping meals, menstrual/period cycle, medications, sinus infection, tmjs, and for sure neck pain or cervical disc/nerve trouble. So, certainly neck pain/disease can trigger recurrent migraines and so if you have neck strain, this should be corrected. I suggest getting an eval by doc. Good luck. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
No.: This would be extremely unlikely without some sort of trauma. Cerebrospinal fluid is enclosed within the dura, a tough layer around the brain just under the skull. I would recommend getting evaluated by your physician if it does not improve soon. ...Read more
See doctor: Did you recently suffer head trauma or a blow to the head in anyway? Has this been developing for some time or is it brand-new and it's onset? Do you have a history of headaches which preceded the lump on your head or vice versa? A physician should examine you and order at least an x-ray of the skull if the bump is felt to be something other than the skull itself. ...Read more
Needs evaluation: Unexplained severe headaches can be a sign of something dangerous happening and need evaluation in clinic or er; a complete history of the issue and a physical examination and tests if indicated are needed. Tightness of neck muscles can cause headaches, but i would not expect dizziness. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
What would cause pain up the back of the neck and top of head, and heaviness feel on head after a mini stroke?
Need more detail: This ? Is best answered by 1's own doc or thru micropayment w/ neurologis in real time as more info needed e.g.Location of the stroke, whether other meds were given, was there trauma?Also, it's unclear by the question whether by "mini-stroke" u mean a lacunar infarct(small stroke) or a TIA (a transient "stroke" that resolved quickly).Pain back of neck may or may not be related to the "mini-stroke". ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Small, bite like bumps, in clusters on top of head, left side of head and now spread to top left of forehead. tender to the touch with bruise-like bump behind left ear. Pain moving into left eye socket. Started 6 days ago.
no pain or fever or headaches.
See a doctor: Se a doctor soon and get checked. ...Read more
Headache on back of head and behind left eye. Also feel pressure on top of head when bending over along with burning sensation on forearms left face?
Sore neck/pain in the middle of my head at the top of my neck leading to mild headaches and ears popping. Any idea?
Neck strain: There are blood vessels and nerves running through the muscles of your neck and head up to the top. any type of strain on these muscles will affect and irritate these nerves causing a headache. Rest will help it as well as Ibuprofen taken accordding to directions and with food in your stomach. ...Read more
Causes of headache on left side of head above the ear and it hurts to touch my head in that area. No trauma, neck pain, or shoulder pain...
See dentist: You may have a jaw problem from grinding or clenching your teeth especially when sleeping. Suggest you get your jaws checked. If nothing there, then perhaps a MRI may be in order if the problem has been present for more than a few weeks or is getting worse. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
I have a severe headache on right side of head, throbbing in the temple, and a red eye on the same side.
Needs exam: How is your vision? if its blurry and your pupil is larger on the right side then you need to see an eye doc ASAP. Please feel you eye ball if it feels hard like a golf ball compare to your other eye then it means high eye pressure. You need immediate help to lower eye pressure. You need to consult doctor for your headache and red eye. ...Read more
Pain in both sides of face along sinus an jaw and ears and back of head with feeling of swollen full spine dizziness bad pain episodes every 2 month?
The question is -: Have you had a thorough evaluation of this problem. A medical assessment is the place to start. Take care. ...Read more
Tingling from head to toe of the left side and slight headache on the right side of head. The tingling is like a crawling sensation, but on one side?
Tingling: You need to see a neurologist for an urgent evaluation. ...Read more
The medical term is cephalalgia. It is a feeling of pain that can occur on either both sides or just one side of the head or neck. Headaches can be sharp, dull, or throbbing, and can radiate to different areas of the head. They typically last less than an hour but can ...Read more
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