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Sharp Pain On My Temple What Does It Mean
TMJ: Most likely you have tmj, especially if pain is worse with talking or chewing, so try not to talk much, do not chew anything hard or rubbery. But you should see a doctor to make sure there is no other problems, like temporal arteriitis (very unusual in your age group, but still needs too be considered).
When I stand up at a medium-fast pace I get a sharp pain (twinge) in my head near my temple. Sometimes on the right others on the left.
Orthostatic Hypotent: Get your blood pressure checked. If you are on hypotensive medications let your physician know that this is happening b.
Ent/Dental: It could be from an ear infection, or from a tooth probably wisdom tooth that is decayed or infected.
Sharp pain in my head temple area every 30 seconds like an earache but pain seems more in my head what can it be?
Need more info: Unable to tell without further history taking and a physical exam.
It really hurts when I open my mouth like a sharp pain going up my temple to my head. Any relief methods?
TMJ: Might be TMJ disorder. Heat, ice, massage. See an oral surgeon.
Last night I had sudden sharp pain on my left temple that would come and go. This morning my temple is sore/achy?
Hopefully it will: Go away by itself. If it persists beyond 2-3 days, you need to see a physician to rule out a condition called temporal arteritis. This is a potentially serious condition that could take away your eyesight. Thanks for trusting in HealthTap.
I have hypertension badd! For the last 3days I have had this sharp pain on the left side of my head (deep behind my temple) it only when I cough.?
Likely muscular, BUT: Even though the likelihood is low this is an issue other than muscular, if the headache persists tomorrow you should see your doctor for a check up. If the headache worsens tonight head to the er.
If I was to walk n to a urgent care center with come n go pain either behind ears or in either side of temple area so far sharp pain what will they do?
Come and go pain: Firstly I hope they will take a history and examine you. If you do not actually have any pain or symptoms there is little they can do. Given that its " come and go pain" the best is to have this evaluated through your pmd.
I had a sharp pain in my temple, also at the back of my ear and a slight toothache for 2 days it won't stop. I took pain killer but only lessen thepain?
Tooth vs TMJ: You may have a TMJ or a dental problem. See oral surgeon or DDS today to sort out cause.See 2 more doctor answers
Just had sharp pain that went from my chest over through armpit then up to my ear to my temple then when I pressed on armpit got sharp pain again why
Can't say.: Sharp and brief pain that travels over a variety of anatomic regions is usually a referred type of pain and can be seen in all kinds of conditions and processes. If there is a lump in the armpit it may be worthwhile to see someone to make sure it is nothing abnormal.
Random head pain behind my ear but also feels like it is on the right temple area. Its like a moderate sharp pain that comes for like 2-3mins and goes?
Headache: With your history of migraine headaches, your symptoms are consistent. See a neurologist for treatment!
I've been getting these severe head pain either on the side behind my ears or in my temple area. So far. Its sharp pain last 2-3 minutes hurts what to do?
Could be a variety: Of problems such as tension headaches, temporal arteritis, and others. See your internist for a general examination.
I have been having sharp pain in my right temple area for a few years now & am now having them in my left temple area as well. I am now having mild leg pain & tingling in both feet. Should I be concerned? Also, my previous doctor did nothing for another h
The: The best way to approach most doctors about new concerns is to set up an appointment to discuss only the new concern, not other chronic problems. This can be done by telling the schedule something like "i need to see dr. Smith for a new problem. The new problem is headache." while waiting for the appointment, it is a good idea to think about the most accurate answers to questions the doctors is likely to ask. These questions include: when did the problem start? What happened around that time that could have caused the problem (injury, illness, medication changes). What does the problem (such as pain) feel like? (for pain, answers could be things like throbbing, sharp, dull, constant, cold, burning, shooting.) where is the problem? What other things do you feel when you have the problem? (for example, numbness, tingling, weakness, nausea, blindess, neck pain, etc.) does the problem happen all at once, or does it start gradually? Does the problem happen all the time, once a day, several times a day, once a week...? Does the problem happen at certain times of the day? How long does the problem last? What makes the problem worse? What makes it better? Most doctors would be able to quickly and efficiently respond to a patient who says: "since I was 14, about 20 years now, I have had headaches that begin gradually, and are either right sided or left sided, and mostly on the front and in the back of my head. The pain feels like throbbing, and it gets severe. When I have the headache, I feel sick to my stomach and sometimes I throw up. Sometimes, even before the pain starts, I get a black spot in my vision. The headaches get worse when I do things like walk on the treadmill. I really just want to lie down in a dark, quiet room with a cold cloth on my forehead. I get these headaches about 4 times a month, and they last for 5 hours or more. Sometimes excedrin helps, but most times the only thing that helps is going to bed." most doctors would be very concerned if a colleague who heard the above story from a patient did not know the exact diagnosis, even before an examination. At the appointment, it is a good idea to politely steer the direction of the appointment in the intended direction. An example could be "hello dr. Smith, I know I usually see you for my diabetes, fibromyalgia, and high blood pressure, but today I wanted to talk only about a new problem." it seems to help most people if they think about going to the doctor in the same way they think about taking their car to the mechanic.
Get ear examined: Sharp temple pain involving ear may be due to multiple causes, but infection in the ENT region needs to be rules out first. Tension and, Migraine Headaches along with high blood pressure could contribute to temple pain. Temple arteritis needs to be considered if common causes are ruled out and if still symptomatic.See 1 more doctor answer
I have a sharp pain on the right side of my head (temple) and the pain is getting worse but I've never had this pain before. What does it mean?
How bad do u feel?: If it is the worst headache of your life then you need to report to the er. If it is relieved with tylenol (acetaminophen) or other over the counter medications then it can be watched. Causes of a headache range from the benign to life threatening. Any headache accompanied by numbness, weakness or visual disturbance requires an immediate evaluation by a physician.
Neuralgia: If the Sharp pain is shooting or fleeting, it is consistent with neuralgia which is a harmless irritability or slight inflammation of a superficial nerve in the scalp but not within the brain. Neuralgia usually resolves on its own after a few days, but if symptoms persist get examined by your physician or a neurologist.
What's it mean when the right side of my head shoots a sharp pain when I bend over or lay down? It happens all the time. My vision goes blurry also
Head ache on bending: Suspect a sinus problem. Discuss with your Dr. And give exact details.
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