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Need more Info: Is this new, sudden or significantly worse than other headaches? If so, this should be immediately checked out. Do you have other symptoms such as nausea, neck pain, double vision, muscle weakness, difficulty talking or understanding words. Is it one-sided, throbbing. Was there any changes in your vision during or after the attack. Answer these questions to get a better answer. ...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
Migraine most likely: If you've never suffered from headaches and has a severe headache with neck stiffness rather than just neck ache, meningitis is a consideration. You need to see a doctor asap. However, the most common cause is migraine. It can be treated with Ibuprofen or naproxen. To prevent them, exercise regularly, get enough sleep, don't drink more than 1 caffeinated beverage a day, take magnesium daily. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Possibly.: As always, making a diagnosis is the first step. Your physician should be able to take a history and examine you to decide if this is likely to be a migraine or something more significant like temporal arteritis or elevated intraocular/intracranial pressure. Headaches are common, migraines are less common and everything else is rare but all require evaluation. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Ibuprofen: Take some Ibuprofen or tylenol (acetaminophen) and take a nap. Most migraines are relieved with sleep. Go see your doctor if your headaches are regular. You may need a triptan to abort the headache (imitrex). The doc needs to run some tests and take a good history to put you on the right therapy. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Sharp stabbing pain in lower left abdomin. Extreme fatigue and generalized pain throughout. Constant headache and flu like symptoms?
Headache: Call 911 or have someone take you to emergency room. Severe headaches with vomiting may indicate serious brain conditions like hemorrhage or infections. Chest pain could indicate angina or heart attack. Immediate medical evaluation recommended. Do not assume this is a migraine or chest pain due to reflux and vomiting. Let a physician confirm the diagnosis and establish adequate treatment. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Multiple symptoms: These multiple and diverse symptoms require a consultation and complete evaluation by your physician who will then order appropriate tests to diagnose the causes of these complaints. In addition to blood tests, xrays, ekg, breathing tests, neurology and opthalmology consultations may be needed. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Dizziness and naseua constant. Headaches constant worsens as day progresses. Eyes sometimes blackout. Fatigue. Ringing in ears. Healthy weight?
Need more info: Depending on the length and severity of the symptoms there may be a more serious cause. Whenever the cause is potentially serious it is best to be seen in person to rule out more significant issue. Once these have been ruled out a more extensive workup can be undertaken for less serious causes. See a medical provider today to make sure a serious condition is not ignored. ...Read more
Can allergies cause the following: constant mucus, constant bloodshot eyes, constant fatigue, constant tight chest, upper trapezius spasm, dizziness?
See below:: Rebound headaches (medication-overuse headaches) are caused by frequent use of headache medication. Pain relievers offer relief for occasional headaches, but if you take them more than a couple of days a week, you may trigger rebound headaches. To stop rebound headaches, reduce or stop taking the pain medication. It's tough in the short term, but your physician can help! ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
I keep getting headaches for weeks, nausea, dizziness, pain behind eyes, blurred vision, lightheadedness?
Although you: are young - this still should prompt emergency medical evaluation to rule out a cardiac event. ...Read more
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