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Dear Doc,
Have been experiencing a sevre head ache on the left side of my temple. Having this for quite some time now, may be past few days. And this the second time i am having this experience. I am currently recommended " Bondian-75' and " Fenadol-DS". Please advise the reasons for my head ache.
Mohammad
Answer:
Recurrent headache can be caused by migraine, migraine variants such as cluster headaches, muscle contraction headache, temperomandibular joint (jaw) pain, viral infections, and very rarely by more serious conditions such as arterial inflammation and brain tumours. You will actually have to see a doctor to get a clinical evaluation - this is really the only way to be able to give you a diagnosis.
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