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What would cause constant headache, ringing in ears, and a normal ctscan? I have pain and muscle weakness too.

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Dr. Mark Cantieri
Pain Management
11 doctors agree

In brief: Evaluation

Dear vonn, headaches have multiple causes.
Is there any history of trauma to your head or neck? Do you have sinus issues? What is the location of the headache? Head pain can be due to problems in the neck, upper back or related to food sensitivity issues or hormones at times. Your doctor needs to review all of these issues with you and then make suggestions regarding further evaluation/treatment.

In brief: Evaluation

Dear vonn, headaches have multiple causes.
Is there any history of trauma to your head or neck? Do you have sinus issues? What is the location of the headache? Head pain can be due to problems in the neck, upper back or related to food sensitivity issues or hormones at times. Your doctor needs to review all of these issues with you and then make suggestions regarding further evaluation/treatment.
Dr. Mark Cantieri
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Dr. Raymond Nanko
Also you should evaluate your medications which may cause or contribute to tinnitus or ringing in the ears. Medications may also contribute to recurrent or chronic daily headaches
3 doctors agree

In brief: Complex

Your symptoms are not easy to diagnose based on the info provided.
I would recommend seeing a neurologist for evaluation.

In brief: Complex

Your symptoms are not easy to diagnose based on the info provided.
I would recommend seeing a neurologist for evaluation.
Dr. Alfred Parkhill Hand
Dr. Alfred Parkhill Hand
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