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What causes headache to increase with bending down?

What causes headache to increase with bending down?

? pressure: If this persists, see a dr. For an eval, but one thing that may occur in your case is the pressure in your head and/or sinuses may be increased as you head is bent over, thus causing a head ache to occur. Read more

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Headache (Definition)

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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I'm 28 years make. I'm experiencing severe headache in left side, whenever I'm bending down. What are the possible symptoms & remedies.

I'm 28 years make. I'm experiencing severe headache in left side, whenever I'm bending down. What are the possible symptoms & remedies.

Positional headache: May be due to sinus disease, HTN, colloid cyst of the 3rd ventrical and CNS tumors as well as pseudo tumor. Need more information to narrow this down. I'd have this looked into as the most benign of conditions (blocked sinuses) obviates some sort of intervention. Read more

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I have been getting severe frontal headaches upon bending down. What cold this be?

Headaches: I am sorry you are experiencing severe frontal headaches when bending down. Headaches can be the result of a serious condition. Although migraines can worsen with movements, headaches due to conditions that increase the pressure inside the head can also cause headaches. See your physician for proper diagnosis and treatment. Hope you feel better soon. Read more

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Cause of sever headache (front right side) when bending forwards, coughing, jumping, laying down, etc? Doesn't hurt at other times.

Cause of sever headache (front right side) when bending forwards, coughing, jumping, laying down, etc? Doesn't hurt at other times.

SINUSES: The symptoms you mention may b due to a blocked frontal sinus! Speal with your Primary Care Professional. A simple skull x ray will rule this out Just a thought Hope it helps! Dr Z Read more

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H/o migrianes. 2 weeks headaches, nothing works. Pain worse with sitting, standing &bending over. Better when lay down. What kind of headache is this?

H/o migrianes. 2 weeks headaches, nothing works. Pain worse with sitting, standing &bending over. Better when lay down. What kind of headache is this?

Botox and Surgery: Long term relief of migraines can be achieved with botox. If you have a good response, you may be a candidate for surgery. Surgery has been shown to dramatically decrease the frequency and intensity of migraines. Www. Themigrainereliefcenter. Com. Read more

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Headache for 1 week when bending down and standing. Went to neuro, sent to ophthalmologist, diagnosis pseudopapilledema. What further tests?

Headache for 1 week when bending down and standing. Went to neuro, sent to ophthalmologist, diagnosis pseudopapilledema. What further tests?

Usually benign: Pseudopapilledema, or optic disc drusen as it is also known, is optic disc swelling that simulates some features of papilledema (caused by increased intracranial pressure) but is secondary to an underlying, usually benign, process. Extensive workup is usually not necessary but the headache should be further evaluated. For more info see: http://emedicine. Medscape. Com/article/1217393-overview Read more

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What causes a headache in the back of the head that only occurs with bending down, standing up too quickly, or other rapid head movements?

What causes a headache in the back of the head that only occurs with bending down, standing up too quickly, or other rapid head movements?

? muscle tension: Possible that a posterior cervical muscle issue is causing a "Muscle Tension" head ache. Get eval, best wishes. Read more

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I get headaches when sneezing and bending down and lieing down and coughing and passing stools I am on amytripline 40 and I take ramaphrilwhy is this?

I get headaches when sneezing and bending down and lieing down and coughing and passing stools I am on amytripline 40 and I take ramaphrilwhy is this?

Please see: A neurologist soon. Positional headaches can be seen with a relatively rare condition called spontaneous intracranial hypotension. There are other possibilities as well and you may need an MRI to further evaluate. Read more

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My girlfriend has been to numerous doctors. She has headaches but without sensitivity to light or sound. She also gets dizzy from bending or lying down too fast. What couldbe the reason?

My girlfriend has been to numerous doctors. She has headaches but without sensitivity to light or sound. She also gets dizzy from bending or lying down too fast. What couldbe the reason?

Headache specialist: She should find a headache specialist, a neurologist specializing in headaches. The dizziness is a blood pressure issue. Make sure she drinks plenty of fluids and that her blood pressure is controlled. Read more

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If I lay down longer than 8-9 hours (asleep or awake) I develop a severe headache. Worst when lying down or bending over at the waist. Whole head hurts, but feels worse at back bottom of skull. Advice?

If I lay down longer than 8-9 hours (asleep or awake) I develop a severe headache. Worst when lying down or bending over at the waist. Whole head hurts, but feels worse at back bottom of skull. Advice?

Positional headache: Postural headache is usually associated with low intracranial pressure. Headaches with a postural component need to be evaluated to exclude a lesion in the posterior fossa or a condition with low CSF pressure. Rec.: see headache specialist for further investigation. Read more

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Oversleeping = day long headaches, different from my migraines. Throb from base of skull into temples. Worse sitting, bending over, lying down. DDX?

Oversleeping = day long headaches, different from my migraines. Throb from base of skull into temples. Worse sitting, bending over, lying down. DDX?

See a dr. Asap: Your symptoms can possibly be caused by a number of factors. You may need a thorough history, exam and some type of daily diary (noting food/beverage intake, activities, pain, meds, supplements, etc.) Read more

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Dizziness while laying down, turning head or bending over. Not like room spinning just unbalanced. No nausea headache blurred vision. Any suggestions?

Dizziness while laying down, turning head or bending over. Not like room spinning just unbalanced. No nausea headache blurred vision. Any suggestions?

Positional vertigo.: In benigh paroxysmal positional vertigo you may experience a feeling of spinning or tilting while moving your head, rolling over in bed, turning your head quickly, bending over, or tipping your head back. It occurs due to some problem in the inner ear, causing brief vertigo spells that come and go. See an ENT specialist to confirm the diagnosis and treatment. Good luck. Read more

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I hit the top of my head on a medal bar while getting up fast from bending down to tied my shoe. I have a headache, my eyes are twitching and imsleepy?

I hit the top of my head on a medal bar while getting up fast from bending down to tied my shoe. I have a headache, my eyes are twitching and imsleepy?

You may have had a: concussion and this may be the result. Please make sure to see a doc and continiue w/him/her until your symptoms have resolved. Such symptoms go away slowly but there are lots of reasons to hope. Peace and good health. Read more

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If I'm having headaches that increase when standing, and sometimes when I lay down could that be serious?

If I'm having headaches that increase when standing, and sometimes when I lay down could that be serious?

No but maybe go..: Odds are it is not serious but if a person suddenly begins developing new headaches after the age of 30, typically would do an MRI or CT scan of the brain, and certainly if it is the worst headache in the person's life. Read more

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