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Frequent headaches- biting helps, is this normal?

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Dr. Prem Gupta
Neurology

In brief: Consider migraines

Migraines are most frequent cause of headaches.
Clenching teeth may be very temporarily helping you like massage. See a neurologist.

In brief: Consider migraines

Migraines are most frequent cause of headaches.
Clenching teeth may be very temporarily helping you like massage. See a neurologist.
Dr. Prem Gupta
Dr. Prem Gupta
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Dr. Eric Weisman
Neurology

In brief: I don't understand

If you are being bit by somebody else this is not normal.
Clenching your teeth producing temporary relief of pain in the sides of the head may suggest a problem with the temporal mandibular joint. Have this looked into (start with pmd or dentist) good luck.

In brief: I don't understand

If you are being bit by somebody else this is not normal.
Clenching your teeth producing temporary relief of pain in the sides of the head may suggest a problem with the temporal mandibular joint. Have this looked into (start with pmd or dentist) good luck.
Dr. Eric Weisman
Dr. Eric Weisman
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