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Date Joined May 2005
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   Posted 5/27/2005 6:36 PM (GMT -6)   
for the past 6 months i've been having the most weirdest headaches. i'm a 15 year old male. the headaches first started one day mad hile i was sitting in front of the computer. It started off small like a weak pressure. The headache got me very worried since it was different from all of my other headaches and because i rarely get headaches. Now the headache is more concentrated on my left temple area and it's dull but very annoying and stressful. I also realised a very quiet clicking sound in my head when i walk but it doesn't happen too much. The headache doesn't wake me up at night and its barely there in the morning. i'v also noticed some blood when i blow my noise hard and my left eye gets watery sometimes. Very weird can anyone help me? confused

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   Posted 5/28/2005 6:07 AM (GMT -6)   
Person, sorry I can't help you other than to say make an appointment to see a doctor. A doctor is the only one who can diagnose you or refer you to a specialist if you need that. See your regular doctor if you have one, he/she will know your history. Six months is longer than I would wait. Act now and get seen ASAP.
Best of luck and let us know how you are doing.

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Date Joined May 2005
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   Posted 5/29/2005 8:42 AM (GMT -6)   

Hi There,

   You should have not waited this long as this is serious business.   You should make an appointment with your doctor ASAP.   I am not trying to scare you but health problems are always taken lightly.   This type of problem could be many things wrong with you such as: " high or low blood pressure, Aneurism, etc ".   You will not know until you have seen your doctor and / or specialist.

   Until you see your doctor and / or specialist, do this acupressure technique that I am giving you now as follow: " use you thumb and index finger of your right hand and place your thumb between your index bone and thumb bone, on top of your hand, where they join in you hand and your index finger opposite your thumb inside your left hand.   On the soft tissue between both thumb and index.  Do not dig in with your thumb and index.   Instead, use both pads and apply pressure with your thumb on top and equalize it with your index finger underneath.   Keep this pressure on till your headache is gone.   Once you have done this to your left hand, you could do it to your right hand too.   Depending on how long you had your Headache / Migraine, it will take up to 15 minutes per hand.   You could do 10 min. the left hand and 10 min. your right hand ".

Good Luck

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   Posted 6/10/2005 9:03 AM (GMT -6)   
RE: previous post -- I agree with most of what you said, but aneurysm is probably not one of the probable diagnoses for most chronic heachache sufferers. It's possible, but very unlikely to still be walking around with enough presence of mind to post a message if you have a leaking or ruptured aneurysm. It's also unusual to even have headache as a symptom unless it's a rupture headache. In that case you usually know there is something really really wrong, because you'll have an almost unbearable headache & very likely pass out sooner or later. It's seldom a pain event over a period of time. I have migraines, but I also had an aneurysme repaired.


Tracey D
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Date Joined Jun 2005
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   Posted 6/11/2005 12:49 AM (GMT -6)   

You didn't mention if you have seen your Dr or not but if you haven't please go and see your Dr. It may not be anything but it may also be everything. You never know until you check it out. It is never a good idea to leave these things as so many do with horrible results. I agree fully with the other posts, and we aren't trying to scare you. You shouldn't leave this.



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