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Severe Headache With Severe Swelling In Both Eet
Eye swelling and severe headache sounds more like a head injury. You can certainly have a head injury associated with a neck injury. Head injuries can be caused by rotational forces without direct impact to your skull (like in a neck injury). You definitely need to get checked out by your doc!
i am unclear what kind of trauma was involved; I would get over to an emergency room for an evaluation. ...Read more
Swelling is the enlargement of organs, skin, or other body parts. It is caused by a buildup of fluid in the tissues. The extra fluid can lead to a rapid increase in weight over a short period of time (days to weeks). Swelling can occur all over the body (generalized) or only in one part ...Read more
My sister is suffering from severe headache and fever. After performing CT scan on brain they told us there is some swelling on right side. Why actually it happens. Is any thing serious, anything to worry?
Just a sinus infection? 3 nights of 103-104 fever plus SEVERE headache, sweats, face/head swelling, sinus pain/pressure (no congestion), body aches.
Needs evaluation: Unexplained severe headaches can be a sign of something dangerous happening and need evaluation in clinic or er; a complete history of the issue and a physical examination and tests if indicated are needed. Tightness of neck muscles can cause headaches, but I would not expect dizziness. ...Read more
Hemangioma appeared on L5 thenanother on l1, int the past yr. Also schmorls nodes. History o cancer. Now have swelling behind both clavicals w severe headaches. Any ideas?
Sounds worrisome: The "swelling behind both clavicles" sounds worrisome as it could be enlarged lymph nodes (especially with a history of cancer). "severe headaches" always need evaluation until they are diagnosed and treated. Schmorl's nodes usually cause no symptoms, but they reflect that wear and tear of the spine has occurred over time. A primary care doctor and oncologist can evaluate to see what's going on. ...Read more
1i am having severe headaches seizures swelling in my scalp dizziness blurred vision and I can't take noise at all.?
See below: 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. ...Read more
6 months of left facial numbness and severe headaches, jaw pain, at times hard to swallow, pressure behind nose, earache, feels like brain swelling.
Seek care: Then there is no reason to wait for anything here - immediately make an appointment and see your dentist and your physician. Do not wait any longer! ...Read more
I have severe headaches, blurry vision, scalp tenderness, dizziness, with a area of swelling from my temple to my eyebrow. ANA positive, what could it be?
Need more informat: As you know a positive ANA can occur in lupus. How ever I cannot make that diagnosis from what you tell me. The symptoms can be seen a lot of other clinical settings. This is something you need to discuss with your physician so you can solidify The cause of the problem ...Read more
What is causing my right eye pupil dilation? I have been suffering from grand mal seizures, with severe headaches, right side only temple swelling, right eye pupil dilation, and also a sore right beside the afflicted eye.
You: You should immediately make an appointment with an ophthalmologist and a neurologist. You don't say how long this has been going on, or whether your vision is affected, but there could be very serious problems. If this just started and you cannot get an appointment immediately, go to the emergency room. ...Read more
Sever swelling of abdomen legs ankles severe headache alcoholic and high blood pressure what's wrong?
Headache: Severe refractory headaches referred as worst headache of my life, specially if abrupt onset, may suggest a very serious condition (brain hemorrhage). Migraine, the most common form of primary headache disorders can be severe. Other conditions can cause headaches. Sinusitis, and trauma for instance may also cause severe haedaches. For proper diagnosis and treatment I suggest medical evaluation. ...Read more
Is it different?: So sorry to hear : (. It's the most severe, but is it scaring you? If it's the most severe but otherwise it feels like "your headaches, " you might not need to go to the ED. But if it feels unlike your typical headaches, you'll need to be evaluated ASAP. ED's are bad places for migraine patients since they're loud and the lights are bright. Feel free to call me if you have questions. ...Read more
See a doctor ASAP: It is essential that you see a doctor ASAP. This could be a warning of something very serious. ...Read more
Best Headache Meds:
A 2014 study indicates that medication containing a combination of acetylsalicylic acid, (aspirin), acetaminophen (paracetamol), and caffeine is more effective than acetaminophen alone.
http://thejournalofheadacheandpain. Springeropen. Com/articles/10.1186/1129-2377-15-76 ...Read more
Anything: Headaches can come from fatigue, sleeping too much or too little, 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. ...Read more
It can: During clinical trials of Modafinil for narcolepsy, obstructive sleep apnea (osa), and shift work disorder (swd) in adults, headaches were reported more frequently in patients receiving Modafinil than the placebo (34% vs 23%), however only 2% found the side effect so severe that they discontinued treatment. ...Read more
2 problems: Headaches don't cause coughing. Coughing may cause headaches. Drugs may cause coughing and headaches. So analyze your problem. Did cough occur first and if so does increase your headache? Were you placed on a new drug and develop both symptoms? So think-respond--> get medical advice after an examination. ...Read more
Hemicranial: Migraines are typically one-sided, and when they do occur, the pain can be rather intense. Cluster headaches are also focal mainly over the eye, and those may be "head-banging" events. All can be controlled and even prevented. See your doctor. ...Read more
Posturally related?: I'd expect you were explained this could occur after such a procedure. Red flags would be if headaches intensify, are associated with nausea/vomiting, or get much better when lying on your back vs. Worse when sitting/standing. In any of those cases immediate attention advised. Otherwise, fluids, taking meds rx'ed by your doc, avoiding overexertion, and tincture of time are best advice to follow. ...Read more
Some patients do well on Excedrin migraine, and others respond to tylenol (acetaminophen). A new otc called dolovent also seems to help some.
There are scattered reports of chiropractic treatment assisting some people. However, all of the above could have some risks, and best to consult with your physician about all of these approaches. ...Read more
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
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