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What causes sharp pain in temple three days in a row.?

What causes sharp pain in temple three days in a row.?

Hard to say: One sided localized pain could be caused by several different possibilities eye strain arthritis if it is still an issue see your doctor quickly. ...Read more

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Coughing causes sharp pain in temple with double vision sometimes temporary blindness lasting approximately 30 seconds to a couple of minutes?

Coughing causes sharp pain in temple with double  vision sometimes temporary blindness lasting approximately 30 seconds to a couple of minutes?

Tell your doctor: Transitory raised intracranial pressure can cause diplopia and visual loss. Coughing raises your ICP. Need to check for cerebral masses and aneurysm or idiopathic intracranial hypertension. Its important to have your head scanned before a lumbar puncture to check baseline spinal fluid pressure is attempted to exclude a mass. A good neuro exam, eye exam and BP assessment should be done first. ...Read more

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Can reading glasses cause pain at temple?

Can reading glasses cause pain at temple?

Too tight/strain: If your readers are too tight, then yes, there may be discomfort. Other sources of discomfort may be from using the wrong power of reading glass. If too weak, your eyes may fatigue and become more uncomfortable the longer you read. If too strong, you may be holding print too close or, if not, you may be defocused in which you may be squinting to try to see clearly. Talk to your eye md to help. ...Read more

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What causes throbbing pain in the temples when you bend over?

What causes throbbing pain in the temples when you bend over?

Blood pressure: When you bend over with your head lower the pressure in your head increases. Usually a mild sensation, but if painful could mean your blood pressure is high. Please get in checked. Can also be headache prone, and minor changes in circulation can trigger headaches. ...Read more

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Could stress cause pain in left temple and left side of my neck?

Could stress cause pain in left temple and left side of my neck?

Yes: Stress can cause all sorts of pain issues or make them feel worse. Once your stressful situation improves you will notice improvement in the pain as well. Suggest trying some breathing techniques, meditation and visual imagery options to improve while you are in stress right now. If the pain persists I would consider getting your neck evaluated. ...Read more

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Can stress cause pain in left temple and left side of my neck, what do you recommend?

Can stress cause pain in left temple and left side of my neck, what do you recommend?

Possibly: Stress can cause a wide variety of physical, mental, and emotional experiences. However, i suggest a thorough medical workup to determine the source of your pains rather than making assumptions. Best wishes. ...Read more

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What could cause pain in my temple 3 weeks after my jaw popping out of place?

What could cause pain in my temple 3 weeks after my jaw popping out of place?

Muscle strain: Sounds like your temporalis muscle might have been affected. This muscle is used in closing the jaw. ...Read more

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Can sinus headaches caused by blocked sinuses cause pain in temples tender to touch and body aches?

Can sinus headaches caused by blocked sinuses cause pain in temples tender to touch and body aches?

Yes: Yes. The pain is usually over the sinus too but can migrate anywhere. If you are also having body aches and/or fever you probably need some antibiotics. You should see a doctor asap. ...Read more

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Can tight neck muscles cause stinging eye pain and temple aches? Been havin these symptoms for 5 years started after being stressed a lot

No: Tight muscles may occur in association with variety of conditions including stress. The tight neck muscles are not usually associated with stinging eye pain. ...Read more

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What is causing pain in left temple?

TMJ: Temporomandibular joint syndrome or headache either of tension or cluster type. If it goes on for a while, see a neurologist. ...Read more