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I keep getting headaches at the back of my head the same time every day for the lasr few weeks.?

I keep getting headaches at the back of my head the same time every day for the lasr few weeks.?

Few possibilities: Depending on detailed history examination etc few possibilities like occipital neuralgia, migraine upper spine problem, blood vessel problem etc can be considered. See your doctor. ...Read more

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Why do I keep getting a headache in the back of my head everynight?

Why do I keep getting a headache in the back of my head everynight?

Occipital neuralgia: If you keep getting headaches in the back of your head, once side more than the other, then it could be occipital neuralgia; occipital nerve irritated at base of skull. If you are getting pain on both sides evenly, you may have neck spasms that are causing headaches. Either way, a pain physician or physiatrist could diagnose and treat you pretty successfully for this. Feel better! ...Read more

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I keep getting really bad headaches in lower back of my head. Should I see a doc?

I keep getting really bad headaches in lower back of my head. Should I see a doc?

Yes: You are discomforted & problem seems recurrent. An MRI is a consideration. Best headache diagnosticians are neurologists. The problem might simply be chronic neck muscle spasm. Neck has 22 sets of muscles so exam is necessary. The large superior trapezius is often implicated. Do you have a data entry job where you hold head in skewed posture or look into one direction throughout the day? ...Read more

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Why do I keep getting headaches across my forehead and back of neck??

Why do I keep getting headaches across my forehead and back of neck??

Headaches: When do you get headaches? What is your diet like? Please Consult with us to pinpoint cause. See "migraine diet" at Eyedoc2020.blogspot. Com for more info. ...Read more

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I hit my head quite badly and keep getting headaches what could this mean?

Post injury headache: There are several headaches after head injury 1)at the site of the injury - subgaleal hemorrhage withblood under the galeaa fibrous covering under the scalp., 2)migraine headaches and 3) post concussive generalized headache. Likely means you have had a mild concussion. Take Ibuprofen or tylenol (acetaminophen) for the pain. If it persists, see your doctor. ...Read more

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I keep getting headaches towards the left side of my head. Why are they recurring in this area?

I keep getting headaches towards the left side of my head. Why are they recurring in this area?

Type of headache: To mention few- migraine, chronic paroxysmal hemicrania, one sided eye, ear, sinus, throat problems including tm joint? See your doctor or a neurologist. ...Read more

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Keep getting headaches on and off at front right side of my head and then it goes to the left side what could this be dehydration?

Keep getting headaches on and off at front right side of my head and then it goes to the left side what could this be dehydration?

Impossible to tell: Though headaches caused by dehydration are well known to occur there's no way specific type of headache one should expect. Often, dehydration headaches get better by lying down or by "tanking up" but more likely based upon nothing but your description my money's on migraine. Need more information to be really precise. Write me if you'd like: www. Healthtap. Com/dr-saghafi ...Read more

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I fell on gym floor and have a big lump on my head and keep getting headaches?

I fell on gym floor and have a big lump on my head and keep getting headaches?

Need diagnosis: Any time there is trauma to the head and the headaches persist, it is absolutely essential that an epidural or subdural collection of blood around the brain be ruled out. Although it may not be present, any injury to the head that produces persistent headache needs a diagnosis. Seeing an intensivist (er doc) is necessary. ...Read more

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I keep getting very painful head aches everyday that make my eyes hurt and make me tired. Why do I keep getting headaches?

I keep getting very painful head aches everyday that make my eyes hurt and make me tired. Why do I keep getting headaches?

Good question: A good history and possibly an exam will allow one to label your headache appropriately. This is the first step to getting an explanation. If no answer in Western medicine consider Chinese medicine. ...Read more

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I keep getting headaches, 2 or 3 per week, mainly over my right eye. Now I have pain over the whole of the right side of my head. It's not migraine.

I keep getting headaches, 2 or 3 per week, mainly over my right eye. Now I have pain over the whole of the right side of my head. It's not migraine.

See a neurologist: I would go see a neurologist before writing these off as "not migraines". You may be having a specific type of migraine headache caused by nerve compression. A neurologist will need to examine you and determine if they think this is the case. If so, Botox (and potentially surgery) could offer a more permanent solution than long term medication. ...Read more

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I keep getting headaches in my eyes and top forehead. I'm on antidepressants and have struggled with insomnia for years- is that the cause?

I keep getting headaches in my eyes and top forehead. I'm on antidepressants and have struggled with insomnia for years- is that the cause?

HA's: Not sure what antidepressant u r on & what dosage, but headaches & stomach upset are common side-effects to almost all antidepressants. Please review with your prescribing doc. ...Read more

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I have a hard knot on my side above my right ear ad it has been there for over a week. It hurts and I keep getting headaches from it I believe.?

I have a hard knot on my side above my right ear ad it has been there for over a week. It hurts and I keep getting headaches from it I believe.?

Infected Cyst: This likely is an infected cyst. I would recommend that you be seen by a physician to evaluate this. It likely needs to be drained and possible you need antibiotic. ...Read more

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I keep getting headaches over r eye, and nosebleeds. Are these related? I also have a medical history of right occipital meningioma. (feb 2015)

I keep getting headaches over r eye, and nosebleeds. Are these related? I also have a medical history of right occipital meningioma. (feb 2015)

99% no: Stresses and strains of life headaches are way more common. These headaches are 98% muscle. Txmt: self-care, wellness, Vits, Mag supp, massage, yoga, stretching, chiropractors, Soaking. Modified versions of acupuncture/trigger points inj will stimulating scars to heal.

Not better see your doctors ...Read more

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Doc said tube in ear is swollen keep getting headaches. He gave me flonase but its not helping. I feel dizzy at times what's wrong with me?

Doc said tube in ear is swollen keep getting headaches. He gave me flonase but its not helping. I feel dizzy at times what's wrong with me?

?: Tubes in ears (eustachean) do not cause headaches although middle ear infection may cause earache. One condition you may have is sinusitis. Check with your doctor again. If he can't help you, get another opinion. ...Read more

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Why do I get a headaches in the back of my head?

Why do I get a headaches in the back of my head?

Headaches: Headaches can be due to many things. In this area, tension type headaches are most likely. The muscles in the back of the neck can tighten up and cause headaches. Try heat packs, massage. Avoid taking pain pills often. If headaches persist or are severe, get checked by doctor. ...Read more

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Every so often I get headaches in the back of my head a little bit above my neck, feels like a throbbing sensation. Is it migraines? Neuro said yes.

Every so often I get headaches in the back of my head a little bit above my neck, feels like a throbbing sensation. Is it migraines? Neuro said yes.

Most likely: Headaches originating in back of head most likely due to occipital neuralgia, a chronic nerve compression of the greater and or lesser occipital nerve due to tight muscle, fascia, and other tissues in the area. The nerves become more sensitive than usual and create the symptoms you experience. ...Read more

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