Every Time You Feel Tired Your Head Hurts?
In the afternoon, it’s been 8 months that my head hurts at the top, side and back of the right and left ear .. sometimes the pain is like being pricked, sometimes the head is richly tapped so tightly … I’ve changed my doctor six times, initially at the surgeon because I just checked to the health center there is a possibility of swollen glands, I was advised to check the rate of blood sedimentation with CT scan and the results were normal while the CT scan said he had brain swelling .. then I was advised to the neurologist and the doctor also said there was an indication to the brain swelling … after I was told to eeg and check for viruses, and the results were normal and the brain waves were also normal but because it was still sick the doctor was also confused … finally I was referred to solo … and 2 weeks ago I checked and the doctor said emg everything was normal there was no disease which is life-threatening and he said this is just my psychic who is too concerned about my pain .. I actually agree maybe psychic that makes me even more sa kit, but I’m also confused because just because of my psychic that I was sick for 8 months … why did I move doctors up to 6 times. because sometimes i don’t like the medicine, sometimes after taking the medicine the head aches even more and usually every time I get tired my head hurts immediately and the pain is not normal but it really hurts … even last November i was treated for 9 days because I was treated for 9 days because This headache … what I’m asking is it true that just because psychic can make such pain? Is there anything else that can make this sick? I used to fall from a motorcycle when I was a kid with my uncle, I used to be fine but my uncle was in coma for almost 2 months, what could be the effect of that fall? thank you
Hello Senaw, thank you for asking.
The head screw you are experiencing may already be said to enter into the group of chronic headaches. Chronic headaches when symptoms are felt more than 15 days a month, the duration of each headache attack is longer than 4 hours, and these headaches last more than 3 months in a row. Chronic headaches can be divided into primary and secondary. Primary headaches if not based on other diseases, for example:
chronic tension-type headaches chronic migraine headaches persistent chronic daily headaches chronic cluster headaches Secondary headaches are headaches that are based on the presence of other diseases, for example:
headache due to brain blood vessel abnormalities (aneurysm, arteriovenous malformation, brain ischemia) headache due to mass in the brain (tumors, abscesses) headache in eye refractive disorders headache in chronic infections or disorders of the sinus cavity, nose, ears, eyes, neck , mouth, or throat headaches due to excessive use of pain medications due to the use of certain medications headaches due to hormonal problems, etc. You can ask your doctor for referrals at type A hospitals, or national referral hospitals for further examination. You may need a repeat CT scan with or without contrast, MRI, MRA, or MRV. You may also need screening for viral, bacterial, fungal, or parasitic infections, or maybe a tumor marker check. If the entire examination does not get an abnormality, then you may have a primary chronic headache or psychological disorder that manifests as physical pain. Please be aware of accompaniment symptoms such as sudden headaches, severe nausea, severe vomiting, seizures, loss of consciousness, blurred or shaded vision, stiffness in the throat, and weakness in some parts of the body. If that happens, you should immediately go to the hospital. That is the explanation I can give, hopefully you will be helped. Regards.