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Loud noises &crying from my kids gives me a headache & pinches a nerve in my fore head.It makes me mad, fustrated & i get a bad headache & nerves hurt?
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
Potentially: The usual causes of a pinched nerve in the neck are disc herniation, bone spurs or collapsed disc space. Most patients have arm pain, numbness or weakness in the area served by the irritated nerve. Occasionally, patients will also complain of headaches, jaw pain. Check with a neurosurgeon. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Could be: And it could be just lots of tension. Nerve pain is often tingling or radiating and feels worse with massage. If massage does not worsen consider having a massage to loosen and relax. If massage worsens, make an appointment. I would highly recommend acupuncture as i get fabulous results with such pain with acupuncture and chinese medicine. ...Read more
Can something like a pinched nerve cause headaches in my temples? My Dr thinks tension headaches, but from what I've read I don't agree.
I have a pinched nerve on my spine in the L5 region and I am constantly dizzy and i get headaches 5 times a week. What do I do?
Unrelated: The lower back is very unlikely to cause dizziness and headaches. I would expect that with a neck problem, but not a lumbar 5 disc problem. If you are anxious and tense about your back, it may indirectly be related. I would recommend some core exercises and stretching: pilates/yoga/piyo, lower your stress, consider mckenzie pt with a doc's rx, if no better, time to see your pcp and get checked out. ...Read more
How do you treat pinched nerves in the neck from forward head posture? I'm getting headaches and dizziness when standing. Other problems too...
Physical therapy: First line treatment for forward head posture is physical therapy, in which the muscles at the back part of your neck/spine can be strengthened to improve your posture. You may find that the improved posture helps your other symptoms too. Do see a physician if symptoms persist. ...Read more
Can pinched nerve in upper thoracic spine cause headaches and more during seasonal changes back of heard to cheeks to face? Symptoms and where?
Possibly: The common denominator being muscle tightness. Most helpful strategy towards improvement involve healthy living (yoga, reduce stress, healthy eating and sleeping habits, heating pads). Seasonal changes may contribute to stress or exertion (have you shoveled your driveway lately?). ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Can a possible pinched nerve or bad posture be causing my headaches? They are usually in one spot of my head and its more like a pressure feeling.Thx
Possibly: Sometimes a problem with the occipital nerve can cause pain in the back of the head. Posture is probably not related. However this type of discomfort is nonspecific, meaning there are lots of possible causes. Probably should be checked by a neurologist. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
When I was working out today, suddenly my right arm went numb and felt heavy. At the same time I got a sudden bad headache. Just a pinched nerve?
Pinched nerve: Possible, needs to be checked out.Get a more detailed answer ›
Prescribed pred for poss.Pinched nerve in neck & inject. Toradol have been experiencing: facial flushing, headache should I go to er? Worried
Drug effects: Prednisone & other steroids commonly cause headache, flushing, even acne-like rashes (as well as other not so nice reactions). Neither Prednisone nor toradol are desirable as long term treatment of spinal problems or pinched nerves (with rare exceptions such as ankylosing spondylitis resistant to other therapies). ...Read more