Headache Followed By Aching In The Body Intermittent?
Good morning, r nI often feel a sudden headache followed by aching sensation in the body according to where the headache is felt (for example, a right headache, then the right side of the body until the leg feels sore). Sometimes the pain soon goes away, or is put to sleep and then goes away, but sometimes up to 2 days does not go away. It is very uncomfortable when the pain recurs. R nSometimes one cheek pain is also felt, but I rarely feel it. R nI have a history of allergic rhinitis. Is this pain normal or not? R nThank you
Complaints of headaches are basically a symptom of a medical condition. Headaches can be a sign that you have a lack of oxygen supply to the brain, low blood sugar levels, disorders of the neck and head muscles or headaches due to certain disease conditions, for example:
sinusitis brain tumor (the presence of abnormal tissue growth in the brain) visual disturbances hormonal imbalance toothache related to cheek pain and a history of allergic rhinitis, you have a chance to suspect sinusitis. You need to distinguish between common headaches and the pain that is felt in the head area due to sinusitis. In sinusitis sufferers, complaints of pain increase when looking down or bending over, pain is more likely to be felt in the morning or when the weather is cold and sometimes accompanied by fever.
Headaches that interfere with your daily activities are considered unnatural, because it is a signal from the body that something is wrong with your body, both physically and psychologically (headaches can also be caused by stress without any physical disturbance) . Therefore we highly recommend that you check with a general practitioner or a T.H.T specialist for an immediate examination. if necessary, the doctor may advise you to do supporting tests such as head x-rays or CT scans.
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