Headache on right side of the head?

The right headache . hemicranea is usually a description of a migraine. However fever or the presence of numbness or weakness can be associated with more serous disease. A new headache a severe headache. A different headache. A headache upon arising in the morning or one that wakes you up. Requires a complete work up. Lab ct and complete neurological exam.
Headache. This headache, if dull, May be a neuralgia which is an irritated or irritable superficial nerve in the scalp and usually resolves without specific treatment except Tylenol (acetaminophen) or Advil. If it's a throbbing headache, migraine is suggested. See your Physician if the headache persists or seriously worsens.

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I tend to get headache on right side of my head and my eye area. Almost everyday been suffering with this kind of pain. How can I treat this?

Daily headaches. There are many types of chronic daily headache, and many causes, so unfortunately there is no one answer to this question in your specific case without further evaluation. Causes can vary from migraine or, chronic sinus problems to glaucoma (less likely) or more serious problems.People taking headache medication every day can actually get headaches BECAUSE of the medication. Worth seeing doctor. Read more...

My left eye vision is weak. If I watch tv for more than 4hrs a day I get bad headaches on right side of my head. Is this caused by my weak left eye.?

Unsure. Your symptoms may be relieved with glasses. However, you need a proper eye exam to determine this. Good luck and make an appointment with your doctor asap. Feel better... Read more...
Maybe. It is clear that eyestrain can cause headaches. See an eye doctor and get some glasses (or new glasses). If this does solve the problem, then it is not due to eyestrain, and you should see a primary care doctor or neurologist for evaluation of the headaches. Read more...

Headache top right side back of head x4 days, constant, throbbing. Right eye bloodshot. No fever. Advil (ibuprofen) not helping. Should I go to ER or just wait?

Go to ER. Could be many severe things such as tumor, infection, aneurysm, cavernous sinus infection, intra-cranial bleed. You need seen now, and stop the advil (ibuprofen) it thins your blood and may make it worse or cause problems if you need surgery. Read more...
Hemicrania continua. If you've been examined and had imaging and everything is normal, one possibility is hemicrania continua, an interesting headache disorder with headache and red eye on one side of the head. It is very responsive to a medicine called indomethacin. Migraine of course is also a possibility. Hope this helps, I'd love to hear what happens next! Read more...

I have a headache on the right side of the head and have had it all day?

There are many. potential causes for headache but it would seem reasonable to try an over the counter analgesic as a first approach to management. If the headaches are recurrent or persistent then you might want to see your health care provider for additional evaluation and management suggestions. Read more...
Headche. Unilateral headache could be caused by migraine . If you have history of migraine , one can try paracetamole and brufen. Rest, fluids and avoid loud nose. May have to figure out the triggers for headache . Presentvto a&m clinic if getting worse . Read more...

Have bad headache on the right side of the head?

Migraine? You should see your doctor for evaluation and treatment. I hope you feel better soon! Read more...

What would make me have like a burning headache on my right side of the head that goes down the back of my head into my neck and a burning nose?

Consider Neurologist. In a 30 yo woman a diagnosis is Trigeminal Neuralgia is not terribly common but the symptoms descibed are consistent with that diagnosis. There is a work up to be done, but this will get initiated by a neurologist. TN is more common >50yo and in women. A diagnosis of Migraine is also possible, but seeing a neurologist, will help diagnose the problem. Read more...