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Constant Mild Headache Causes
Doctor should check: A "severe headache" usually needs a doctor. Someone with many headaches should bring a diary to his doctor, listing the headaches, how long each lasted, what medicine was used, what activities were done that day, which foods eaten, etc... Emergencies include a "worst headache ever", a headache that gets worse and worse as the day goes on, or a headache accompanied by other major symptoms, etc... ...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
Several items: Hopefully, you do not possess an expanding brain tumor, hemorrhage, or hydrocephalus. More likely, you have developed "chronic daily headaches", which can involve migraine, or tension headaches, and may be associated with a variety of pain medications. See your doctor, as treatment can break this up. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Yes: It can, if coupled with c-spine or thoracic abnormalities, contribute to uncontrollable repetitive movements. You need to be seen by a good Neurosurgeon who can evaluate your cervical thoracic and lumbar spine. I suspect there will be other findings beyond the scoliosis. Good information is available at http://www.srs.org/patient_and_family/scoliosis/early_onset_scoliosis/tis/index.htm ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Can allergies cause the following: constant mucus, constant bloodshot eyes, constant fatigue, constant tight chest, upper trapezius spasm, dizziness?
What could cause chronic indigestion, upper left back pain, chronic fatigue, nausea, stabbing headaches?
Related or not?: There are lots of possibilities here, all of which can be addressed by a physical exam and appropriate testing. Migraines for example can affect both head and gut ("intestinal migraine"). Please however don't contribute to your stomach upset by taking excessive nsaid's aimed at alleviating head ache. Get checked to rule out more esoteric pathology. ...Read more
A long list: Many different things can potentially cause this constellation of symptoms that you describe, including: high blood pressure, anemia, very high blood sugar, abnormal thyroid function, abnormal electrolytes, and less often neurological illness. Given how nonspecific these symptoms are, it's important you have a thorough exam and evaluation by a physician. ...Read more
Child with headache for 3 days. Persistent dull ache with occasional severe pain localized back of head?
Headache: in such age should be respected, please get your child evaluated soon by your pediatrician or in ER, good luck ...Read more
Symptoms: Fatigue, right (achy)chest pain when exerted or cold air, achy joints,infrequent nausea and mild headache, lower back pain.
FATIGUE EVAL: You need full EXAM AND labs. CBC/CMP/B12/FOLATE /TFTS/VITD/CRP//SED RATE//IRON STUDIES/LYME TITERS. Start a. Gluten free diet Wholeapproach.com gutbliss.com. And high potency vitamins. Rejuvenation-science.com Then review results if no firm diagnosis is made, a sleep study may be necessary many subtle sleep disorders cause Fatigue. COLD INDUCED. ASTHMA CAN CAUSE Atypical CP ...Read more
Diagnosed chronic migraine . Worst spell four week severe headache no breaks ... Status migraine or something bad ? Pain 8-10 constant . Nausea .
If you haven't been: evaluated by a neurologist - would recommend that. ...Read more
Migraines: Stress, dehydration, lack of exercise, poor sleep, caffeine, and skipping meals can all cause headaches. Medication overuse can also cause this and can be to tylenol (acetaminophen) or ibuprofen. See your doctor if you still have migraines after truly stepping back and avoiding all these things. Hope this helps. ...Read more
Migraine?: Increasingly frequent headaches are associated often with chronic prescription or otc meds, with rebound. Migraine headaches can cluster and become more frequent if new triggers arise. Sometimes food sensitivities may be the answer, but other triggers include, sinus, tmj, neck, tos, hypertension, thyroid, etc. Most of these are easily treated and reversed. ...Read more
Varies: Headaches are a common problem. The degree and nature of the headaches is important in seeking an etiology. Migraines are common and have characteristic features that are treated by a neurologist. Structural causes need to be ruled out as these are often treated surgically. For example, hydrocephalus, subdural hematomas/hygromas, brain tumors are often amenable to neurosurgery. ...Read more
Convergence: Because the nerves in the neck connect with the nerves in the head at the base of the brain, painful information can be sent to the neck when the head hurts. This is known as pain referral. This does not mean there is a probllem in the neck. This is also why the sinuses often hurt with migraine headaches. It is not a sinus problem, just excited nerves from the headache. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
How severe is an albumin of 5.4? Please describe severity of symptoms? Crippling fatigue, pulsating symptoms, severe headaches, eye pain, nausea?
None of the above: I hope it doesn't disappoint you greatly to let you know that your Albumin levels are considered quite within the normal range. Of course, lab values do vary from one laboratory to another therefore, it would be best to find out the normal range in the laboratory you had the blood drawn or tested but for all intents and purposes the range of normal for Albumin is taken to be 3.5 to 5.5. ...Read more
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