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Possibly.: As always, making a diagnosis is the first step. Your physician should be able to take a history and examine you to decide if this is likely to be a migraine or something more significant like temporal arteritis or elevated intraocular/intracranial pressure. Headaches are common, migraines are less common and everything else is rare but all require evaluation. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
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
Migraine most likely: If you've never suffered from headaches and has a severe headache with neck stiffness rather than just neck ache, meningitis is a consideration. You need to see a doctor asap. However, the most common cause is migraine. It can be treated with Ibuprofen or naproxen. To prevent them, exercise regularly, get enough sleep, don't drink more than 1 caffeinated beverage a day, take magnesium daily. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Ibuprofen: Take some Ibuprofen or tylenol (acetaminophen) and take a nap. Most migraines are relieved with sleep. Go see your doctor if your headaches are regular. You may need a triptan to abort the headache (imitrex). The doc needs to run some tests and take a good history to put you on the right therapy. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Possible muscle pain: Temporal headaches at your age are generally due to knots in the temporalis muscle. Put your fingers where you feel the headache and bite your teeth together. If your fingers move (muscle) then you need to find out why the muscles have knots. It is probably a problem with the bite/joints/muscles and how these function. See your dentist for help or a referral. ...Read more
Migraine: I hear it all the time: "I got sinus, doc." They're wrong. That's a myth perpetrated back in the decades of "postnasal drip" i.e. the 50s & 60s by the advertisers of Dristan. 99% of all "sinus" headaches - aren't. They're mostly migraines. If you have radiological proof of sinusitis and your pain goes away if it's treated, then you're entitled to the diagnosis of sinus headaches. Otherwise, not. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Migraine: Could be an ocular migraine. Is there a family history of migraine or personal hx of other migraine variants? Check your blood pressure to be sure this isn't the cause. The reduced vision is very concerning. It may just be migraine but you could have increased intraocular pressure (glaucoma), or it could be an indication of something intracranial even more concerning. You need evaluation. ...Read more
Cold?: This sound like you have a cold. This includes all the symptoms of the usual cold. No treatment is needed at this time unless you feel you need symptomatic treatment. If persists see your doctor. Cold symptoms usually last about a week to 10 days. ...Read more
Facial pain around sinuses & eyes, TMJ pain, minor headache, left side neck pain, foggy head, metallic taste in mouth.
I have head ache, blurry vision, throbbing/stressed eyes, jaw aches, tooth aches, neck aches. I'm very worried, help?
Many symptoms: You are listing many symptoms and they can relate to many possible problems. You would be wise to start with a general physician to assess you health. From there you may be referred to a medical specialist or a dentist. With a proper diagnosis and treatment you symptoms should improve. Waiting and worrying won't help. Seek care! ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Stroke symptoms? Terrible headache 2 days mostly temples and top of head, stiff neck, pressure behind eyes, lightheaded. Getting nervous.
Migraine: A migraine is not just simply a headache. Rather, it should be viewed as an attack that is accompanied by various neurological and non-neurological features as well as headache. Accompanying symptoms are facial pain, stiff neck, nausea, vomiting, dizziness and blurred vision and sleep issues. See orofacial pain or headache specialist for evaluation and management. ...Read moreSee 3 more doctor answers
It is time to see: A neurologist. Neurologists specialize in disease of and damage to the nervous system. Re.: make an appointment with your primary care physician to discuss whether a visit to a neurologist is warranted. Hope it helps... ...Read more
Although you: are young - this still should prompt emergency medical evaluation to rule out a cardiac event. ...Read more