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I vomited and i was straining and all of a sudden i got a sharp pain in the middle of my forehead? What is This from?
Forehead pain: Straining and vomiting. Not to be concerned unless persistent ...Read more
I was straining my upper body very hard and now I have an intermittent pain in my forehead. Could it be ruptured aneurysm? It was about 1 hr ago.
What does eye strain usually feel like/its symptoms? (I notice I get headaches towards the end of the work day, at the same time around my forehead)
While wearing glasses I feel some strain in middle of forehead and area around eye brows is it any kind of eye problem or any other one ??????
Can over straining while passing stool leads to nerve or vein in head & neck to break ?After straining during bowel movements feel pain in forehead .
Headaches: Straining for bowel movements can increase intra abdominal and intra cranial pressure. Most of the time there is no threat to brain vessels. Very very rarely if a person has brain artery aneurysm then there is a possibility of rupture and bleeding in side the brain, which can lead to severe sudden headache, coma and death if not taken care quick;y. ...Read more
Headache at temples that extends to forehead. Eyes feel strained. Been bothering me for 2 days so far. Help?
Eye exam: Tension headache is likely what you are experiencing. If you are squinting and therefore straining the muscles around your eyes, this may also exacerbate your symptoms of strain, tension, headache and fatigued eyes. An eye examination will at least disclose any refractive error or ocular misalignment issues. As for the headaches, rest, heat, massage of the tight muscles & analgesia will help. ...Read more
I get headaches that start at my forehead and spread back. My eyes also feel strained during this. Tylenol (acetaminophen) isn't helping what else could i do?
Strained muscle around eye. Can it cause a aching in temple and cheek and forehead or could sinus issue cause that?
Aching: This could be a neuralgia, an irritated/inflamed nerve, rather than a sinus infection as the latter would have to involve more than one paranasal sinus to cause discomfort in all these areas but it's still a possibility. You could consult an otolaryngologist if symptoms persist. ...Read more