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Why sometimes my left side of my head hurts by my temple? I have slight sharp pains. It doesn't feel like a headache. It would happen then go away

Neuralgia. Neuralgia is a condition causing sharp, shooting pains coming from nerves in the scalp area and not from brain pathology. They are more of a nuisance disorder than anything serious. If symptoms worsen have your md check you and order any pertinent tests however. Read more...

I've been having progressive headaches for 3, going on 4 weeks. These are mostly confined to the right side of my head, worse at the temple area. I wake up with them, might get a couple hour break mid morning and they are back by noon. The pain is not unb

Few issues. First of all Need a better history so start with this. Did you have any head trauma or injury. Is there any hx of ha in the family. Have you ever been evaluated for headaches ? I don't like the thought of them waking you up. Do they or do you wake and then get the headache? You need to be examined and have lab work and possibly scanned for the etiology of the symptoms . Read more...

I rarely have headaches, but I've had one pretty constantly for the past five days. It's only on the right side of my head and its from my temple to the back of my head. What could this be?

Multiple. possibilities: most likely a muscle contraction headache; however. migraine and temporal arteritis should be ruled out as should any underlying neurological diseases. Why have you waited 5 days with a headache? Get examined and treated TODAY. Close your computer and call your physician, clinic,ER or urgent care center: NOW! Read more...

Headache on the left side of my head close to my temple that comes and goes only been happening for 2 days and I been had the flu for 4 days normal?

Headache. The type and severity of headache will dictate the possible need for physician assessment. Might consider giving this a day or two before seeing a doctor, although if you have any other symptoms, particularly alteration in level of consciousness or mentation would seek help immediately. Read more...

I have headache on the right side of my head mostly at the temple area, and now it's at the top and behind of my head and my eye all on my right side?

Not specific. The causes of headache are varied & range from migraine to tension headache to more serious neurologic problems. It is impossible to say what your specific headache is from. As a general rule one who experiences a headache that is "worst, first or neurologically cursed" should seek medical attention. This means if the headache is new or different, severe or associated with other symptoms see doc. Read more...
See a doctor. Chronic headaches need to be evaluated by a physician, either your family doctor or a neurologist. Read more...
Migraine. Most probably migraine. But sinusitis could be the next diagnosis. See an ENT or neurologist. Read more...

I've had a constant headache for a month. It's only my right side at my temple. I haven't changed my lifestyle and haven't had a head injury.?

Symptoms that linger. A month of a troubling symptom seems like long enough to wait before seeing a doctor for an exam. It could be non-threatening - like sinus - or it could be more serious - like don't know. But if you already suffer anxiety and depression, this might be making those conditions worse. Find out and start making it better. Then you can have a nice holiday. Read more...

I've had a headache/upper jaw pain for a month now. I went and had a decayed tooth pulled but am still having pain in my temple on that side.

See your dentist. You did not say how long ago the tooth was extracted. There may be a residual infection, there may be another complication, or it just may be normal healing. All the best... Read more...
Contact DDS. See the dentist to make sure this problem is not of dental etiology, whether with the extraction site or another tooth or periodontal involvement. If the dentist feels this is not dentally related, you may be referred to your MD. Read more...
Reexamination. Return to the Dentist or Aoral Surgeon who removed the decayed tooth. You may have another infected tooth, a fractured tooth, an infected sinus, or one of many other possibilities. But someone will have to physically examine you to diagnose the cause of your pain. Read more...