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Top Of Head Throbbing
Headaches too?: Throbbing of cranial vessels is likely associated with constriction of blood flow to or from the head. This may be from high blood pressure associated with base of the skull tension, neck muscle spasms, jaw or jaw-joint pain/tension. First place to start is with blood pressure readings 6-10 times during the day. Consult a neurologist or osteopathic physician if the blood pressure is normal. ...Read more
I have a lot head throbbing, season; lately i've been having the same throbbing simultaneously in my l.Back where i've had a discectomy w/ fusion norm?
Headache, Bachache: I am empathic to your back pain and throbbing headache which have affected your life. It seems that headache is not related to your back pain. Ongoing pain and limitation of functioning are stresses which are likely the reason for headache. Please continue follow through with your orthopedic physician for back pain, and evaluation of headache soon. ...Read more
See a doctor: This could be absolutely normal, but you need to be checked to make sure it is not hypertension or other pathologies that can lead to this, including heart issues. Refrain from lifting weights until checked by a physician. Continuing lifting heavy weights with certain issues, say severe hypertension, can be very detrimental to your health, even fatal in some rare circumstances. ...Read more
M 18 yrs old.From last 3-4 yrs , in d months of summer i suffer severe headache(throbbing pain) sometimes on left & sometimes on right side of my head.
Very bad head throbbing that last forever and makes me light headed feels like pressure body always hurts and super tired all the time?
Symptoms: There are multiple possibilities for this complex of symptoms. Go see your doctor to be evaluated. ...Read more
I was hit in the head recently and my temple is very swollen and my jaw is sore and my head throbbing what can this mean ?
Closed Head Injury: Depending on the injury you sustained, it is possible that you have a simple contusion or more significant fracture. If your symptoms do not resolve, you have nausea/vomiting, vision changes or loss of consciousness it would be wise to seek the advice of your physician for testing and evaluation. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers