The Forehead Often Throbs But Does Not Hurt When Pressed?
, I am 15 years old. my forehead between the eyebrows slightly upwards like to throb. It doesn’t hurt so much, but it really feels like it’s being pressed. my eyebrows both hurt when pressed. Is the pulsation I feel a factor in the pain in my eyebrows or something else? such as eye muscle disorders for example? Yesterday I also experienced pain in the nose and gums on the canines. does that have anything to do with it? So, I like to think negatively. always thought that I would die soon. I was searching for a pulse in the forehead, and a sore nose is one of the signs three days before someone dies. what does that have to do with it? And how, how can I not think like that? I always attribute the odd thing about myself to that negative thing. how to handle it? thank you
Good evening, thanks for asking at HealthReplies.com. Before we discuss further, what must be emphasized is that although medical science is identical or closely related to facts, evidence, and exact science, medical science cannot predict a person's age, especially in the next 3 days.
It often happens in the medical world, someone who is considered to have no hope of life, actually survives and returns to living a normal life. On the other hand, young people who rarely get sick are diagnosed with a rare disease and die. So back again, there is no throbbing in the forehead and pain in the nose as a sign that a person's age is 3 days.
Then back to your condition, throbbing in the forehead can be caused by a lack of calcium, and not due to eye muscle disorders because the eye muscles are all attached to the eyeball and none of it reaches the forehead. Regarding pain in the nose, gums and canines actually rarely indicate a particular disease.
If you feel that the throbbing in your forehead, pain in your nose, gums and canines is very bothersome, you can see a doctor for an examination and an explanation of the cause of your condition, and maybe refer you to a specialist if necessary.
Then regarding the negative thoughts that always arise in you, this can be a normal thing where in teenagers your age, many new things and thoughts that you realize, stem from your curiosity or interest in something. Teenagers your age are interested in exploring the world through questions and fantasies, one of which might be wishing you were going to die.
If you feel these thoughts are very disturbing for you in carrying out daily activities, disturbing during sleep, eating and so on, consult your problem with a psychiatrist. Your psychiatrist will listen to your stories and concerns, and will help you get to know yourself and detect if something is wrong with you. I hope you and your family are always healthy.
That's all, hope it helps.
dr. Amadeo D Basfiansa