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What causes headache on the middle of your forehead?

What causes headache on the middle of your forehead?

Headache: There are a number of possibilities: migraine, tension headache, sinus headache, trauma. Too little information to be of much help. ...Read more

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Headache (Definition)

Also called cephalalgia, is pain anywhere in the region of the head or neck, & can be a symptom of a number of conditions affecting those areas. It originates from pain-sensitive structures such as cranium, muscles, nerves, vessels, subcutaneous tissues, eyes, ears, sinuses & mucous membranes. It is non-specific symptom & can be primary such as tension ha, or secondary ...Read more

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Ive been having bad headaches in the middle of my forehead, my temples and behind my eyes. I am sensitive to light and am constantly tired/ feel sick.

Ive been having bad headaches in the middle of my forehead, my temples and behind my eyes. I am sensitive to light and am constantly tired/ feel sick.

Neurologist: Consult a neurologist for evaluation and treatment as these headaches are frequent and possibilities include muscle contraction tension headaches, migraine or cluster headaches, visual problems, brain aneurysm or growths, sinus infection. After the assessment appropriate tests and scans can be ordered. ...Read more

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Treating Headaches (Checklist)

Watch for events that trigger headaches
60 Min, Daily for 4 Weeks
See your doctor
Once
Watch for food reactions
60 Min, Daily for 4 Weeks
See a dentist about your headaches
Once
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I hit forehead on lamppost 10 days ago. For 7 days now I have headache, nausea. Loss appetite and keep waking up in middle of night. Can't sleep.

Prompt med eval: Hello. Symptoms of a concussion can include: headache, nausea, vomiting, confusion, blurred vision, slurred speech, weakness, feeling dazed, numbness, lack of coordination, problems with short term memory, dizziness as well as repeating things over and over. You can develop a concussion with or without loss of consciousness. Please have this promptly evaluated. ...Read more

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I been experiencing pain in the middle of my forehead and behind my eyes for several months now, thought it was just a tension headache ?

I been experiencing pain in the middle of my forehead and behind my eyes for several months now, thought it was just a tension headache ?

It might be...: Tension headaches usually have a description of "tight vice-grip" feeling along the forehead. Many things can mimic this including dehydration, menses, stress, infection, and inflammatory syndromes. Medications can also do this. Go see your doctor and get checked out. ...Read more

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Treating Headaches (Checklist)

Use OTC acetaminophen or ibuprofen to help with the pain
Daily
Keep a headache diary about duration of headaches and triggers
Daily
Let your doctor know if your headache is waking you up at night
Once
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Treating Headaches (Checklist)

Go to bed and awaken at the same time daily
once
Exercise daily
once
Limit caffeine consumption to 2 cups each day
once
Avoid use of more than 24 analgesics per month
once
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I was woken up in the middle of the night with a severe headache behind both eyes and in forehead. It had now settled behind my left eye.

I was woken up in the middle of the night with a severe headache behind both eyes and in forehead.  It had now settled behind my left eye.

Many things. : Most pain in or around an eye is from sinusitis or headache. Pain reliever and decongestant should relieve it. If not, or if it is getting worse, go see your doctor. It could also be due to an eye problem such an inflammation in (called uveitis) or around the eye. You need to see an eye doctor to really rule this out. ...Read more

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