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Bilateral headache shifting front to back throbbing with pulse, lasted noon-11 pm. No aura or visual changes?
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Dr. Damien Luviano
Ophthalmology
12 doctors agree
In brief: Tension Headache
See the image to your left.
There are 3 main types of primary headaches. Tension headaches are bilateral non-pulsating. Migraines are unilateral and pulsating and associated with aura. Cluster headaches are associated with physical symptoms around the eye

In brief: Tension Headache
See the image to your left.
There are 3 main types of primary headaches. Tension headaches are bilateral non-pulsating. Migraines are unilateral and pulsating and associated with aura. Cluster headaches are associated with physical symptoms around the eye
Dr. Damien Luviano
Dr. Damien Luviano
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Dr. Charles Titone
Please be sure to rule out the most common causes; Hypertension and Sinusitis.
Dr. Edward Meier
Ophthalmology
In brief: Migraine
This sounds like a migraine.
Not all migraines have an aura. If it becomes persistent or lasts more than a few hours, call your doctor.

In brief: Migraine
This sounds like a migraine.
Not all migraines have an aura. If it becomes persistent or lasts more than a few hours, call your doctor.
Dr. Edward Meier
Dr. Edward Meier
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