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Dr. Bennett Machanic
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Headache (Definition)

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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What would cause headaches and a freezing headache directly after exercising?

What would cause headaches and a freezing headache directly after exercising?

Many possibilities : Now depends on the exercising you are doing as well if vigorous exercise your blood sugar could be dropping or you could be very dehydrated. Why don't you try eating better and drinking more water. Start with this and see how you feel ...Read more

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I seem to get headaches after exercising. It's not sudden intense pain, just a headache. ?

I seem to get headaches after exercising. It's not sudden intense pain, just a headache. ?

Exertion...: This more than likely an exertional headache, but to be safe, and remove all doubt, a headache specialist should be consulted. Healthtap can offer you a few doctors in this specialty. ...Read more

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When i get hot and sweaty after exercising or being out in the heat i get a headache, nauseated and a stuffy dry feeling in my sinuses. What is this?

When i get hot and sweaty after exercising or being out in the heat i get a headache, nauseated and a stuffy dry feeling in my sinuses. What is this?

Sweating & feeling: Warm are normal-how the body cools itself . Stuffy nose likely due to normal dilation of the blood vessels. Dryness prob due to more air passing thru nose. Try a saline spray in nose before w/o. The headache may be that you're dehydrated. Drink plenty of water throughout day. Nausea may be due to eating to close to w/o (wait 1hr+), or not eating enough calories. Check w doc if nausea & ha continue. ...Read more

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I have had a headache for three days now, nothing helps, i feel very weak too. what could be wrong?

I have had a headache for three days now, nothing helps, i feel very weak too. what could be wrong?

Causes of headache: There are several possible causes of a headache that has lasted for 3 days. Further information about your headache and history is needed to be able to determine the most likely cause and what would be the best treatment for you. Most headaches are not due to a serious condition, but some can be, so if any of your symptoms are severe or concerning you may need medical attention and testing. ...Read more

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I have had a headache in my front left side of my head that radiates down my neck for three days is this something I should be concerned with?

I have had a headache in my front left side of my head that radiates down my neck for three days is this something I should be concerned with?

Yes: You are taking many medication that have the ability to cause these problems and they conflict with one another. You need your medication needs reviewed and altered appropriately. ...Read more

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I am a 23 female and have had a headache for about three days now. It is not severe and I feel a bit dizzy with it, almost as if I am hungover. ?

I am a 23  female and have had a headache for about three days now. It is not severe and I feel a bit dizzy with it, almost as if I am hungover. ?

New headaches.: Any new persistent headache needs to be checked as soon as possible. See or call your doc today or tomorrow If it gets worse, dizziness increases, or you have trouble seeing, confusion, weakness or numbness, go to an ER right away. ...Read more

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I have had a headache for three consecutive days I have not had any head trauma the pain is made worse by movement and coughing. Is this serious?

I have had a headache for three consecutive days I have not had any head trauma the pain is made worse by movement and coughing. Is this serious?

See your physician: There are many types of headaches, including migraines, cough, cluster, occipital neuralgia, muscle strain, etc. Keep a log of the timing, duration, severity, and location of your headaches. Also try to identify any headache "triggers" (stress, not sleeping/eating). Take this information to your physician -- three consecutive days is a long time. http://www.nlm.nih.gov/medlineplus/headache.html ...Read more