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Sudden Headaches Come And Go
Do brain tumor headaches come and go as time goes on or do they slowly get worse over time? Do other symptoms come and go?
Dull left side headaches, come and go for 2 months. Work in front of computer 12 hrs/day. Sometimes neck is sore. No insurance, tension headaches? 29m
Possible stress: Tension headaches are a possible explanation as you appear to be in lot of it especially working 12 hours a day. But you also have allergies and sinusitis which can cause headaches too. Improve your posture at the computer: two feet away, screen straight in your eye sight, elbows at 90 degree angle on key board and a chair with straight back should be helpful. Good sleep and exercise will help. ...Read more
Running temperature, headaches come and go, could a kidney infection cause this, was having problems by not drinking enough water, now I drink 2 to 3 bottles a day, kidney has gotten better, but still running a slight fever about 99.5.
I've been having Milky white discharge lower back pain overly tired and weak headaches come and go but nauseous with weird pain?
Infection: Have a doctor test you for infection. ...Read more
Do brain tumor headaches come and go? I have pain in left side of head, left ear feels clogged, left eye seems bigger, left nose stuffy? Tumor? 19 y/o
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Headaches: Recurrent headaches deserve a Cat scan of your brain ...Read more
Unpredictable: My experience is that hypotony that is intra ocular pressure less than 5, can be unpredictable. It's not uncommon for patients to acute low pressures post operatively and typically are asymptomatic aside from visual blurring. Pain from low pressure is usually in a chronic setting, that is years and usually associated with shrinking, blind eye. In those, yes, it can be intermittent. Best med ...Read more
Generic answer: In the elderly, headaches may be associated with cerebrovascular insufficiency issues, but usually, these are symptoms and have not marker of future events. Acute headaches can be associated with blood vessel obstruction, and especially bleeding intracranially of any variation. However, in a younger age group, frequent headaches more often, migraine or tension origins. ...Read more
Depends on headache: Certain types respond to some drugs rapidly. But Dr. Italia's correct. It's difficult to find "quick" solutions without knowing more info. Best advice at this point is either Tylenol (acetaminophen) as per labeled instructions or Excedrin Migraine if symptoms are severe with nausea/vomiting. Important thing is to see doctor & get workup to prevent next one. Keep track of HA's in diary (found on Internet). ...Read more
Need more info.:
It would help to have more information about your headache to help determine what type they are, the best way to manage them, and if any additional testing is indicated.
1. Were are headaches located
2. What do they feel like
3. Any related symptoms
4. what makes it worse / better
5. what have you tried
I suggest a live virtual consult with one of our Healthtap Doctors or go see a clinician. ...Read more
R/O TENSION HA: The 4 basic headaches are Tension, Sinus, migraine and cluster. The muscles that originate at the base of the neck insert near the temple. Rest /ice and a darkened room may help. Also a NSAID like Aleve (naproxen) /daypro. Muscle relaxant ie KLONOPIN/ FLEXERIL. Meditation/Yoga/Biofeedback. GF DIET WHOLEAPPROACH. Com You need a full exam an blood work to be through. If symptoms worsen seek medical evaluation ...Read more
De-Stress, H2O, etc.: In most people a simple headache is the result of stress on your system. First, make sure to drink plenty of water. Then, go somewhere relaxing, and meditate do progressive relaxation. Simple tylenol, (acetaminophen) aspirin, caffeine combinations can help. Make sure you are in good health get a physical exam, good nutrition, quality sleep. If you have migraines look in to riboflavin (b-1) to help prevent them. ...Read more
Doctor can examine: Most people get a headache at some time, such as from colds, infections, lack of sleep, too much driving, long hours on the computer, stress at work, etc. Over-the-counter drug options include Tylenol (acetaminophen), Motrin, Alleve, Excedrin Migraine, and their generic brands. A bad or increasing headache, recurrent headache, weird headache or one with other worrisome symptoms should be examined. ...Read more
Headache: Although, most headaches are benign in nature, given no historical information provided, I recommend it be checked in a face to face environment. You may try some over-the-counter analgesics such as excedrine or Ibuprofen that may prove to be helpful unless you've tried them already. ...Read more
SYMPTOM: It's a symptom that the body supplies like a red flag that says there's something wrong. If some asprin is enough, okay. If it stays the longer it stays the more concerned you might be. If that's what's happening, or if it's repeated often get a dr in on this. ...Read more
Basic Measures: General helpful measures: 1. Avoid bright light and loud noise 2. Before 2 pm try a caffeinated beverage 3. Before 2 pm try moderate exercise like a 4-6 block walk 4. Anti-inflammatories prescribed by your doctor (e.g. Ketaprofen) or otc (e.g. Ibuprofen) 5. Butterbur root extract (petadolex) 6. Get 8 hrs restful uninterrupted sleep 7. Avoid long sitting or computer time without breaks 8. Stretch. ...Read more
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