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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
My son is 2 yo, had EBV last year. They did a full leukemia work up. Could he still develop lymphoma from it? He has swollen occiput node. Other sx's?
Why are you worried?: In parts of africa it is possible to develop burkittts lymphoma from ebv. It is not common and most children under age 5 will get ebv and be fine. I recommend seeing a chinese medicine practitioner to resolve the issue- chinese herbs in the hands of an experienced chinese medicine physician are powerful and can speed recovery and alleviate your worry.. Occiput nodes can swell from many minor issue. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Can TMJ cause pain and muscle tension around the temples, occiput and eyes? Been having pain there for 3 weeks now and, jaw started clicking last week
Can staring at a computer cause tension in the back of head (occiput)? I have tension in back of head and dizziness. Normal CT. Massage not effective
Occipital neuralgia: The greater and lesser occipital nerves live in the back of the head on both sides. The lesser nerve runs towards your ear and the greater nerve runs to top of back of your head. These occipital nerves can be aggravated without any trauma. Tilting head back can cause dizziness if these nerves are aggravated. 7 days or oral steroid or 5 days of Toradol may knock out this irritation to these nerves. ...Read more
Exertional Headache: Headaches occurring during or after sexual intercourse are a particular type of "Exertional Headache" called Headache Associated With Sexual Activity or Post Coital Headaches. There are 2 types: Primary and Secondary. Primary= benign, not caused by serious disease (most are Primary). Secodary=due to serious disease, such as brain tumor. SEE: http://bit.ly/134oXr for more info. See your physician. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
My husband has had headaches for 5 days straight he is 54 yes if age. Do u know what the cause might be ?
My husband is a normally physically healthy 38 year old. He has now been ill with headaches and fevers for 2 weeks. ?
See a Doctor: Good rule of thumb: if something doesn't go away in two weeks, see a doctor. (or sooner if you feel it is appropriate). ...Read more
My son has woken up with headaches for last 3 days. He vomited once last night but has been eating since. What's wrong?
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