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Ice Pick Pains
I think i'm getting ice pick headches how would i no if I have that? I get pains in my head that last like 5 minutes then goes away!
Sharp headaches: Please get evaluated. This may be something called trigeminal neuralgia. You really need to explain the pain more so that someone can diagnose it. For now, since you having severe headaches you should follow up with your doctor asap to be evaluated to make sure you dont have any more concerning issues like stroke, aneurysms, masses, or vasospasm which could cause the pain. For pain use tylenol (acetaminophen). ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
I have these sharp sporadic pains in my head that last about 2-5 seconds. I looked it up on the internet and saw something about ice pick head pain?
Ice pick headache..: ..is one of the causes of sharp, brief head pain. Often the pain is in or around one eye. Other causes include pain coming from the neck which is more pressure on one side of the head; trigeminal neuralgia in the cheek or jaw; and cluster headache which lasts 30-180 minutes. You should discuss with your doctor; if the pain is recurrent or severe, evaluation and treatment can be suggested. ...Read more
Ice pick headaches explain to me exactly what it is? I got these ugly bad pains n my head that come & go threw the day quite often MRI CT normal
Ice pick Headaches: I am empathic to your headaches. Ice pick headaches are primary stabbing headache which typically last only seconds to a minute or so. They are predominantly felt in the distribution of the first division of the trigeminal nerve (orbit, temple and parietal area) they are more common in patients with migraines. Please see a neurologist for diagnosis and treatment. ...Read more
Can wisdom teeth cause Ice Pick headaches? I my wisdom teeth are coming in wrong. I keep getting sharp pains above my right ear.
Cluster headache: also called Ice Pick is the most painful of all the primary headache disorders. Because of the intense pain, cluster patients often pace the floor or bang their heads during headache episodes while rubbing or holding the painful site in any attempt to distract themselves from the pain. They are agitated and restless in contrast to a migraineur who prefers to lie down, usually in a darkened room. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Ice pick HAs: Ice pick headaches are very brief, very painful headaches that occur without warning. They feel like an intense stabbing feeling. They last for seconds. They can occur rarely or very frequently. They may sometimes be treated with indomethacin or melatonin. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Ice pick HAs: Ice pick headaches are very brief, very painful headaches that occur without warning. They feel like an intense stabbing feeling. They last for seconds. They can occur rarely or very frequently. They may sometimes be treated with indomethacin or melatonin. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer