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Tension headache?

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  • Posted By: floydian19
  • March 22, 2007
  • 01:32 AM

Hey thanks in advance to anyone that can help me out on this question.

Well let me just say that I've been having these off and on headaches for about 3 or 4 years sometimes there extremely painful and sometimes I don't experience any pain at all but lately I've been getting these sharp pains around the back of my head (sometimes they spread around different parts of my head such as around my right eye/forehead) which have been accompained by dilated pupils. So I'm not sure if it could be because the pills I take each day (zoloft and tenex) or the headaches that I've been getting or what? But I'm concerned that it might be an aneurysm (god forbid.) I got a CAT scan about 3 weeks ago it came out negative.

I bow down to anyone that can give me any suggestions on what could be causing these pains.

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  • for releif of an accute headache, take 2 Advil together with 2 PercogesicAdvil is an analgesic, and Percogesic is a mild analgesic combined with an antihistamine which has relaxant properties, together they give extremely good reief for tenstion type headachefor longer term releif/prevention, see a physiotherapist for a regime of stretching excersises
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