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Could the lumps and bulges behind my ear be the cause of my severe headaches?

Unlikely. Behind the ear may be lymph nodes or the mastoid process which is a bony structure. Headaches may be related to migraine or tmj. If you have pain in the temple or with chewing, you may have myofacial pain related to tmj. Softer food warm compresses and Motrin may help. Read more...

What could cause a severe headache for 9 days and a stabbing pain in my ears?

Tension headache/TMJ. Think flesh/tissue and not bone/ligament/disc with chronic pain! began selfcare with a wellness programs, vitamins b-100, magnesium glycinate, sleep hygiene, exercise and self or prof massage, chiropractor, yoga, heat, stretching all are needed. My favorite in my practice is acupuncture and myofascial tissue release with trigger points w lidocaine. Read more...

I have a severe headache in the right back of my head, some nausea, I feel like my ears are blocked and also some shortens of breath. Wctb?

Migraine. You probably have a migraine. This is usually a severe headache, throbbing, one sides, with nausea, light or noise sensitivity, aggravated by movement and resolved with testing. Could be triggered by poor sleep, stress, certain foods or drinks. Sometimes, a transient neuronal dysfunction can occur in a visual, auditory or sensory form. Check with your doctor for proper diagnosis and treatment. Read more...

Causes for severe headache swishy noise in left ear. Very fatigue dizzy nausea at times speech gets slurred. Get up of mornings and feel run maraton?

Tough case... This is a tough case. Someone needs to see you face to face, do an exam, and possibly, do some tests to look at what is going on by your ear. Sorry we can't give you the answers via texting. Read more...

Having thoughts in my head, using screens, and reading cause severe headaches on the right side of my head. Any idea (s) why this is happening/cures?

One sided headache. A common cause of the one-sided headache is a migraine. That causes throbbing or a sense of pressure on one side, usually it lasts for hours or days, and it can be associated with light sensitivity or nausea. It is not caused by looking at a screen, but it nay be worse when doing this. People get dry eyes a lot with screens. Make sure you blink, look away at times, use eye drops too. Read more...