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Intermittent Sharp Pain In Head
31 y/o Fem. Bloodwork great. Sharp intermittent head pain allover, left ear pain occ., slight dizzy, cold sens legs. Brain tumor? Hist of bad anxiety
Head/ear pain: I think it may be trigeminal neuralgia. or variant thereof of neuralgia. Could be due to zoster, herpes or lyme. Less likley MS or tumor. See http://www. Ninds. Nih. Gov/disorders/trigeminal_neuralgia/detail_trigeminal_neuralgia. Htm May consider a trial of gabapentin or steroids + acyclovir + gabapentin. Get lyme titer f/u wiht doctor/neuralogistSee 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
Anything: Headaches can come from fatigue, sleeping too much or too little, eye strain, sleep apnea, snoring, being dehydrated, having chronic sinusitis or allergies, too much caffeine or over the counter headache medication, high blood pressure or something more serious like a tumor. See your doctor and get checked.See 1 more doctor answer
Sharp pain in head last about two to five seconds comes multiple times a day in the same spot on the right side. Could it be serious?
"Ice Pick" Headaches: What you are describing are very short duration headaches that can occur multiple times during the day. This is a variant of migraine. Treat only if occurs very frequently. Easily treated by taking a preventative medication. Discuss this with your doctor.
Sudden sharp pain in head above the forehead. Pain was acute and faded away. Should I be worried.?
Going on for 3 weeks. Sharp pain in head. Dent on the back of my head. Pain relief isn't helping. What should I do. Should I go to the hospital.
Get checked: You should get checked out, especially if this pain is different from any headaches you may have had in the past.
Sudden sharp pain in head lasted about 4 seconds, now I feel lightheaded and am laying down any ideas?
Just eat ice cubes?: If you get many of these types of pains repetitively in a day then, you may have a type of headache known as "jabs and jolts."If this turns out to be a single episode then, it shall always remain a mystery unless you just had a furious argument with your significant other- then, hopefully they will get one as well! Remember the following address if they persist: www. Healthtap. Com/drsaghafi
I have sharp pain in head that comes and goes away. And constant feeling of pressure in my head. I have anxiety and I feel a little light headed at ti?
Short lived, Sharp pain in head when I bend over, look up or down (moving head not eyes) almost feels like a migraine, but just lasts minutes?
Sharp pain in head only. Last a couple secs nausea dizznies and spaced out neck pain tightness in back of headlightheadness shouks I go to er?
Migraines: The symptoms that you describe are likely a tension migraine. Going to the emergency room is not necessary unless symptoms worsen. Call your doctor in the morning to get an evaluation and treatment.
Hi there, I am suffering from sharp pain in head just behind my left ear. It's been 10 days the pain comes & go. No pain in neck, shoulder, ear or jaw?
Occipital bursitis: This is likely from where a tndon in your neck attaches to to base of your skull. Many doc recommend nsaids or cortisone injection to fix this issue. Sometimes sleep postion or repetitive motions exaserbate this problem. Seeing a doc to rule out ear infection and mastoiditis would be a good idea, however, your symptoms are not consistent with this. Heat pack might help as well
I am having sharp pain in head and ruptured blood vessel in my eye? This is 2nd time it has happened in 2 weeks.
Sharp pain in head neck pain like a tension headache sometimes earache and a numbness up from my nose to the top of my forhead. Any idea? I
Tension Type: The headaches are usually bilateral and diffuse and often have tenderness in the cervical muscles and other muscles pain as well as the pericranial muscles. The management of episodic and chronic TTH consists of psychological support, physical therapy and pharmacotherapies. Hope it helps
Pinched nerve?: Could be many things, but short bursts of radiating pain including the neck and arm (shoulder) can indicate a pinched nerve. If the problem persists for 2 weeks or more see your doctor.
Weird sensation in head tightness crackling noise & sharp pain in head assaulted in 2011 with a brick mild concusion no serious damage what is this?
See your doctor: You have symptoms which could be serious and should see your physician. He/she will listen to you, do a physical examinarion, run some tests, and let you know what's going on.
See details: There are several possible causes, some of which may be serious. Have this issue evaluated asap. If you have no doctor, go to the er.
Blackened vision, dizzy, and sharp pain in head when sit up or stand up. BP 82/56. Some doctors say its ok others say go to neurologist?
I'm biased: If somebody even thinks see a neurologist......you should probably see one of us. (And sooner than later) That BP is way too low. Need more information to say more (age, meds, conditions) Posterior circulation ischemia (dimming of vision and dizziness) can lead to a major brain stem stroke and death (or worse).
Headache for 3 days, started dull now worse. One sided, pain in my right eye (pulling) sharp pain in right ear and behind. Sharp pain in head too.?
Sounds like: A frontal sinus/middle ear infection (Upper Respiratory Infection or URI) Most of the time the "culprit" is a virus (most commonly the common cold RHINOVIRUS) The headache and earache MAY indicate a bacterial "superinfection) thus a anti-biotic indicated. Contact your PCP or Join Health Tap Prime for a Consultation! Hope this helps! Dr Z
Really sharp pain on the right side of my head. Could it be something more to it than just a headache?
See below: This problem mandates a real-time (face-to-face) meeting with a doctor. A history has to be taken along with a examination as well as labs and other tests.
See a doctor: Pains in the head which are debilitating are nothing to fool around with. Your mom should see a doctor, provide a detailed history and be examined. When she goes she should describe the type, location, frequency and other symptoms associated with the pain. Trust that working this out will make her feel better.
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