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What causes throbbing headaches?

Many causes. Following are some of common causes of throbbing headaches 1migraine 2cluster headaches 3hangover 4menstrual or hormonal headaches 5aneurysm in brain 6 brain tumors 7head injury 8brain hemorrhage which is life threatening and an emergency 8meningits. Read more...

Whatis the cause of throbbing headaches?

Varies. There are many types of headaches. They can be caused by stress, dehydration, high blood pressure, food allergy, caffeine withdrawal, as well as other more serious causes. Your primary care physician should be able to decipher the cause based on a discussion with you and physical exam. Read more...

Please help! What is the cause of my throbbing headaches?

Tension headache. There could be many possibilities of throbbing headache. It is usually a sign of increased intracranial pressure from many reasons. You should talk to PCP for a complete evaluation. Read more...
Migraine. is a serious and complex neurologic disorder. Headache, vertigo, visual disturbances nausea, sensitivity to light, stomachache, dizziness are common symptoms. This condition must be professionally managed. Often use of Excedrin will lead to medication overuse headache. Rec.: see an orofacial pain or headache specialist for evaluation and treatment. Read more...

What can cause increase in minor throbbing headaches in 38yo male besides cancer? Usually I don't get headaches often.

Usually not tumor. See whether it might be worth treating these as if they were migraine. Brain tumor headaches tend to be quite disturbing and are not like those you may have had in the past. Read more...

I get bad throbbing headaches on the side of my head and I've have had a lot of concussion and my heads been bust open a few times what could be wrong?

Post traumatic HA's. You seem to describe possible migraine headaches, but could have a TMJ trigger or even problems from neck or tos. Head trauma certainly does leave residual problems, and likely you will be at risk for future headaches. Suggest using preventative migraine rx or otc meds to decrease both frequency and intensity. See your doctor and devise a strategy. Read more...