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Dull Pain In Temple
Keep having a dull pain in left temple lasting 10 mins 2 times a day, I start a new job soon and I'm worried this will stop me from starting ?
Odd headache lasting for several days. More like a dull pain around my temples with sudden head movements. Why?
Tension migraine: Tension migraine is a type of headache caused by contraction of neck muscles that attach to the skull. The headaches often worsen as the day progresses. Treatment includes massage, physical therapy, biofeedback and meditation to reduce stress and anxiety. Botox injections in the scalp muscles and a variety of medications may reduce the headaches. See a neurologist who specializes in headaches. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
I have a dull pain in my left temple that throbs in time to my pulse. I feel a sense of pressure there as well. What should I do?
Dull pain/pressure in left temple to eye to ear all day took ibuprofen still not helping? Do not get headaches so this is new to me? More serious?
Headaches: see MD: New Headaches should be checked out by MD. See email@example.com for headache/migraine diet (what to avoid). See eyeMD if you are farsighted or take certain meds to be sure not eye pressure or narrow angle issue. MD will check sinuses & do neuro exam. Drink plenty of water & avoid Asparatame & MSG for now ...Read more
33 f dull slight pain left eyebrow near temple for 2 wkd on and off also blew nose and had yellow discharge what to do otherwise no symptoms?
Everyday off and on for a couple of months I have a tightness in my head, dull headache (temple pain and behind eyes), and neck pain tender to touch.?
Intermittent ear pain for week. Hurts to clean ear. Doc says musculoskeletal. Pain worse when sneezing. Dull temple pain. Pain feels like deep inside.
Ear pain: Go back to your doctor to let him/her reevaluate it. ...Read more
Dull forehead pain with occasional temple pain. Have being diagnosed with arthritis in neck joints.Could this be related?
Many options: It could be an infection, could be a TMJ problem, muscle pain, etc. The best bet would be to see what causes the pain and then see the appropriate professional. If it hurts when you chew, you might see your dentist. If it is something else you might wish to see your internest. ...Read more