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Daily frontal headaches. Can be from decayed tooth and astigmatism of eyes?

Unlikely. If you are getting headaches every day, you need to see your doctor, sooner rather than later. Astigmatism does not generally cause headaches, and decaying teeth usually cause pain around the area of your mouth that is affected. Read more...
Yes. A decayed and infected tooth can cause headaches, jaw pain, pressure in the sinuses and severe pain in the tooth. The facial nerves and muscles are so closely related that a problem in one area is typically felt in multiple areas. Read more...

10 year old girl has frontal headaches for a month. Pain meds do nothing. Checked blood eyes ENT MRI &neurologist. Nothing wrong. Began after Mexico trip?

Further evaluation. See an infectious disease specialist; could have contracted an obscure infection. Certainly, this new-onset problem is unusual for one so young and healthy. . Read more...
Insufficient info. ? BP, Contacts, Unusual diet, other drugs, (recreational or otherwise), sun, eyestrain, diary of possibly contributing events, food coloring, etc. Read more...

No other symptoms but persistent frontal headaches?

Worrisome... If a headache is bad enough to awaken you from your sleep, or is very severe, whether frontal or other part of scalp (there are no pain fibers in the brain!), you must see your physician. Most presume a headache is just a headache. But if never evaluated/worked up for causes, particularly if pattern changes, or become more severe, it needs to be. Must rule out brain tumor. If no cause found, rx. Read more...
Get checked. Frontal headaches can occur due to multiple reasons, most commonly eye strain or sinus pressure. There are other potential causes, which could be concerning, therefore if your headaches are not relieved by tylenol (acetaminophen) or motrin, you should get checked. Read more...