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Causes Of Temple Cramps
Minor dull cramp for 2 days on right side of temple (head). Not painful. Not cured by NSAIDS. Tension headache? Any helpful tips to get rid of it?
I've haved pressure in my forehead and temples for three days it comes and Goes and I've had cramps and some discomfort in the left side of my stomach?
Sounds migraine-y: to me, though you're lucky it is just coming and going and not constant. The stomach discomfort is probably a mild bit of nausea. Try an OTC motion sickness medicine and ginger ale, be sure to keep a small amount of food in your stomach at all times. I have a checklist on migraines on HealthTap that could help you if you can find it. If things get worse, don't hesitate to see a clinician. ...Read more
Right Index finger and right eye lid twitching. Leg cramps, neck pain, headache on temples. Vertigo.
Sounds systemic: There are too many problems to be isolated to 1 specific part of the body. I am not sure of what medications you are taking or what other medical conditions you have, but given your age I suspect that you have an electrolyte imbalance that is causing this cascade of problems. It could point to something serious. Get to an urgent care center or ER to get your electrolytes checked & other tests. GL! ...Read more
I have breast tenderness cramps no menses in 2 months. Tubes are tied. Slight pressure feeling in temples sometimes and tender spot in head what Is it?
Probably not related: Some common caused of breast pain are hormonal changes, weight changes, caffeine intake, stress, exercise changes, ill fitting bras, cysts and others. An examination is the next step. It is not likely that breast tenderness is related to headaches. A primary care doctor can help being he evaluation of headache. ...Read more
Possible muscle pain: Temporal headaches at your age are generally due to knots in the temporalis muscle. Put your fingers where you feel the headache and bite your teeth together. If your fingers move (muscle) then you need to find out why the muscles have knots. It is probably a problem with the bite/joints/muscles and how these function. See your dentist for help or a referral. ...Read more
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
A few things: Could be due to migraines or food sensitivities. Could be secondary to stress or medication rebound. While you are young, it is still worth getting evaluated as severe temple pain can be associated with some serious complications, such as vision problems that you would want to avoid. ...Read more
Stress vs hair loss: Stress is one of a number of causes of hair loss. Infection, thyroid disorder, malnutrition, etc, can also cause hair loss. Some autoimmune conditions, too - think of these as military phrase, friendly fire, in which your body fights itself. Don't forget excess dihydrotestosterone & genes (family history). See http://www.mayoclinic.org/diseases-conditions/hair-loss/basics/definition/con-20027666 ...Read more
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