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Headache All Over Head
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
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I have CT scan a year ago (headaches all over head) i was wondering if that would of caught a tumour or anurism ? Should i get another?Its happenagain
I get bad headaches all over my head, but only in the am right after i get up(i don't use coffee) y?
See a physician: This could be a vast number of things, including intracranial lesions which could be ruled out by a good physical exam and testing. Beyond that, is there a possibility you have sleep apnea? Are you overweight? Carbon dioxide retention can cause morning headaches and this is commonly seen with sleep apnea. Also, sleeping position can cause this if you are having neck pain which can lead to headache. ...Read more
Pressure on both eyes and headache all over the head, 3 days, non-stop and still the same condition. What is it?
Started Norvasc (amlodipine) 5 mg yesterday morning and been having a horrible headache all over my head in different spots, should I just keep taking it?
Iget tension headaches all over my head daily my doc refuses to give me a CT since i 1yr ago i had one i've had lots of test but i can't deal withthis?
Tension headaches: What treatment have you had for these tension headaches? Your meds show some non-steroidals, and these can work acutely. There are also helpful preventive treatments: low dose amitriptylene, for instance, decreases pericranial muscle soreness, decreasing peripheral pain sensation & central sensitization. Biofeedback can help; relaxation/meditation too. Cognitive behavioral therapy is another. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Friend wont say what grade brain tumour he has , has bad headache all over the head, sickness, cant sleep, burning up ,what grade could be possibly be?
See your doctor: Grading cancers requires information about how big the tumor is, if there has been spread to other places in the body, and other factors. That being said, the symptoms you describe suggest that other things might be going on; your friend needs to see his oncologist straightaway, to discuss these symptoms and find out whether further tests are needed, or changes in his treatments. ...Read more