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Burning Sensation In Forehead
More info needed: We can't be sure without more information and an examination, but if the burning is on one side of the forehead only, it could be related to the onset of shingles ( herpes zoster) before the rash is apparent. Shingles in that area could affect the eye, so see a doctor right away. ...Read more
A burning sensation can be descriptive of nerve pain, some variations of migraine, and even central brain problems after a stroke. Have heard this said associated with phantom limb syndrome, reflex sympatheric dystrophy, and trigeminal neuralgia. Other patients might say ...Read more
Neuralgia: See a neurologist. Medications can often control the symptoms till it resolves ...Read more
Suffer from anxiety. Have had burning sensation in head (forehead, behind ears, upper neck). Read online could be Brain aneurisms. Please help!
My wide has had stomach ache, diarrhea, soft stools, and a burning sensation on her forehead on and off for two weeks. what could this be?
See a Dr. GI or PCP: These are nonspecific no diagnostic symptoms. If there is a change in bowel movement to diarrhea maybe an acute gastroenterologist is by virus, toxins from bacteria, toxin from antibiotic use ( c. Difficile toxin). Burning on forehead maybe because of fever orvasodilator on.2 weeks is too long to wait for acute diarrhea to disappear. Needs workup with stool tests , lab tests, keep good hydration. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Burning sensation : Probably nothing but need more informationGet a more detailed answer ›
Feeling burning sensation on back of my neck and sometimes forehead! No pain whatsoever but this burning is irritating!
Burn: See a provider to examine ur skin closely. Some viral breakouts can present that way. Good luck ...Read more
Experiencing a burning sensation with my headache mostly around forehead. Feel fine otherwise except noticeably fatigued. Any ideas?
Go see your DR: Common causes of headache are migraine/ spasm of blood vessels in the scalp and tension/muscular strain. Sinus headache has associated colds/congestion and pain on pressing the forehead and cheeks.. Fatigue could be from many causes including lingering infection, lack of sleep, stress, thyroid condition etc. Have yourself examined by your dr. God bless you! ...Read more
I fell on cobblestone this morning. Half of my head has a burning sensation( that comes and goes). I hit my forehead above my right eye-brow.
Got to ER or Urgent: Care and get an x-ray done asap. Head trauma can lead to all sorts of problems that can cause issues later on that you may not be aware of. You could easily have a fracture or other trauma and should be seen by a doctor for evaluation. Often symptoms may not appear for another 24-72 hours that are important to evaluate at the onset. So don't delay. Also, have your neck and back evaluated too. ...Read more
After havin pain in forehead, behind eyes& heaviness &burning sensation in head for 2weeks, CT shows acute sinusitis. I took zinoximor but still pain?
May take time: It may take some time for the sinusitis to clear. Thus you may have the pain for awhile. Sometimes, if the antibiotics are not sufficient, it may be necessary to see an ENT specialist who may be able to drain out some of the mucus via endoscopy. This may help to decrease the sinusitis and make the antibiotics more effect. ...Read more
Mild forehead ache for a month and now burning sensation in right forearm for a week. Ct scan done in late december last year came back normal. Ideas?
Woke up from dozing off. had ache in right side of forehead. Now have burning sensation in right ear . getting over sinus infection. Idea?
Many causes: Allergy to soap/shampoo reaction to hair colouring product hair products stress anxiety migraine side effect of medication occipital neuralgia sinus whiplash injury vitamin b 12 deficiency spinal nerve compression diabetes peripheral artery disease peripheral neuropathy sun burn chemical burn heat burn peripheral nerve trauma (see nerve symptoms) peripheral nerve compressions. ...Read more
Possible nerve: Irritation. While it could be just muscle spasms or irritation, the fact that it burns leading up to the back of your head, it may be nerve irritation, often including the greater occipital, lesser and third occipital nerves. You will need a physical exam to be sure, but try neck range of motion exercises, gently, until you see a doc. Safe exercises can be found at www.Spine-health.Com. ...Read more