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Can tension headache cause pain above eyes, forehead, ear area and neck. Forehead sore to touch. Occasional scalp tenderness. Dr said its not sinus?
All of your symptoms: Are consistent with tension headaches.Get a more detailed answer ›
Aching around right temple.Crawling sensation.Throbbing pressure and pains around eyes and forehead pressure behind nose,roof of mouth, pains cheeks?
Sinus pressure: Typical description of sinus pressure that can be caused by rhinitis or structural problems. Acute rhinitis associated with a common viral-induced cold may be the most likely scenario. There are other causes of chronic allergic and non-allergic rhinitis, which can leave one prone to sinus infections. If progressive or recurrent, initiate a medical evaluation as there are options to achieve relief ...Read more
Pressure behind eyes, forehead, temples, nose. Mild dizziness, full ears. Head throbbing, no pain just pulses. Worse lying down, wax/wane many months?
See MD: If these symptoms have been present for "many months", you should see your MD for evaluation, ...Read more
Could acute sinusitis include just facial pain, terrible headache /forehead sides &back of head&neck, pain behind eyes, heaviness in head?I've these?
Definitely!: Time to see your doctor if you are experiencing this myriad of symptoms related to your acute sinusitis, so you can get some relief. The sinuses are located behind the cheeks (maxilla), above the eyes (frontal), midline and deep into the back of the nose toward the brain (ethmoid, sphenoid). So, the referred pain pattern as these areas get congested is throughout the head, face, neck. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Evaluate Neck: If you are not improving have your doctor order a cervical spine mri. Many times a herniated disc in the neck can cause arm pain especially if you have not improved with the medications and physical therapy. If it is a herniated disc you may need evaluation from a spine specialist to determine what other options might be needed (injections, surgery, etc) to help reduce pain. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Neck soreness, shoulder soreness, headache and head pressure dizziness. Small pain in nose right side clear mucus drainage?
See your doctor: This is one of those problems where a visit to your doctor is necessary to figure out what's going on. Only after a thorough evaluation, including examination and possibly labs and other tests, can your doctor correctly diagnose you and treat you effectively. ...Read more
Throbbing head, face pressure, aching pain around right eye on eyelid under eye and bridge of nose?
Small bump inside skin forehead left side. tingling left side face, eye hurts, slight pressure on forehead, itchy scalp left side, swelling left brow?
EyeThinkYouNeedADoc: Putting that all together, except the itchy scalp, I'd suggest you get yourself checked for inflammation of a small artery on that side (near the temple). That could be signalling a deeper problem that could affect your eyesight (your eye is already hurting, right?). I may be wrong and I hope I am. But get to your doctor tomorrow for an exam and maybe a blood test or two. Better safe than sorry. ...Read more
See an internist: Many vague constellation of symptoms require a good physical. ...Read more
Diarrhea, body pains, fatigue, tired eyes, chills, slight pain on right side of neck under jaw, dry mouth,sharp pain umbilical region?
Ice pick: If they are fairly brief, then it sounds more like "ice pick head pains". There is a new name for them--that's the old name. They come, they go. They tend to happen in clusters. ...Read more
Plugged ears &slight pain down neck below ears, nose hurts, back of neck pain, post-nasal drip, swollen feeling under chin, fatigue all sinus related?
Having quite continuous head pressure, stiff neck, shoulders, and jaw. Sore scalp, tender areas on scalp, headaches in forehead and behind eyes.
Musculoskeletal: 21 yo female with constant head, neck and jaw pain likely has chronic muscle spasm in cervical region, with possible tension muscle headache and/or TMJ. Osteopth is best doctor to evaluate, especially for chronically tilted head and crossed muscle syndrome in the superior trapezium. Evaluation by seasoned Physical Therapist might be useful. ...Read more
Uh oh!: If the bite is now spreading and the swelling has increased, if taking Benadryl (diphenhydramine) doesn't help significantly, you may have an infection in the skin, called cellulitis. This is very serious when it's in the head, face or neck. It it responds to the Benadryl (diphenhydramine), it is likely just a local reaction to the bite and is not as big a deal. If it doesn't, call your doc right away, or go to an ER. Generic is OK ...Read more
Fever 100.6 severe head pressure @temples & back of head.Vertigo nausea neck pain swollen glands back pf arms calfs?
Pain in groin, chest, armpit, headache, fatigue, leg pain , abdominal discomfort, dry skin, itching ... Please help?
See your doctor: You need to see your doctor since there are simply too many possible answers. ...Read more
Get checked: Any change in your pattern of headaches should be evaluated by your doctor. It could all be nothing to worry about, but it's best to get checked. ...Read more
Right eye & right leg muscle above knee twitching,nausea headache forehead &neck pain, sore &tingling muscles in legs, nausea fatigued, upset stomach ?
Multiple possibles: You have such a wide variety of symptoms that it is difficult to tell what would be the cause. These symptoms are associated with many disease states. You need to see a doctor for evaluation. ...Read more
Headache in forehead that wont go away, neck pain, pain in cheekbones, bubbling sensation and pressure feeling in temples, fatigue. ?
Hard to know: The description is consistent with sinus pressure. Inflammation/pain can nonspecifically be related to neck stiffness and fatigue. There are many causes for sinus diease (allergy, non-allergic irritant exposure, temperature/weather sensitivity, structural problems, infection and more). Discuss with a physician practiced in treating sinusitis/rhinitis to determine causation and treatment plan. ...Read more