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Just wanna know if I go to the doctors bout my headaches on the right size of my head. Will I get bad news? As I get them regular?

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Dr. Luis Villaplana
Internal Medicine
4 doctors agree

In brief: Can't tell ya

No news is good news? Look at it this way: something bad caught early= we could fix.
Something bad caught late= no chance. You are taking a chance with your own health- the wrong chance.

In brief: Can't tell ya

No news is good news? Look at it this way: something bad caught early= we could fix.
Something bad caught late= no chance. You are taking a chance with your own health- the wrong chance.
Dr. Luis Villaplana
Dr. Luis Villaplana
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Dr. Djamchid Lotfi
Neurology
3 doctors agree

In brief: NO!!

Over 90% of headaches have no serious cause.
Chronic daily headache or migraine are the usual names given to these type however it is a good idea to see a specialist to rule out oter problems.

In brief: NO!!

Over 90% of headaches have no serious cause.
Chronic daily headache or migraine are the usual names given to these type however it is a good idea to see a specialist to rule out oter problems.
Dr. Djamchid Lotfi
Dr. Djamchid Lotfi
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Dr. Andrew Kaufman
Neurosurgery

In brief: Bad news is unlikely

The longer you have had headache, without developing other neurological symptoms, the less likely you are to have a serious condition.
Unilateral headaches may be caused by migraine; these are treatable and hence not "bad news".. Unilateral headaches should be reported to your doctor and you should have an appropriate examination and testing.

In brief: Bad news is unlikely

The longer you have had headache, without developing other neurological symptoms, the less likely you are to have a serious condition.
Unilateral headaches may be caused by migraine; these are treatable and hence not "bad news".. Unilateral headaches should be reported to your doctor and you should have an appropriate examination and testing.
Dr. Andrew Kaufman
Dr. Andrew Kaufman
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