I would like to have an idea of what could be the mysterious headache I've been having for almost two weeks now.
It's an intense but short lived pain lasting about a second in irregular intervals and occuring in no particular time of the day (and night) and is on my right part of the head near the crown and back of the head area. The sensation is like you brain is being sliced with a knife or being stabbed by a pointed object. Its almost like I can describe the shape of the pain like a "lightning" because of the pain is like running in such an short irregular shape. The pain is very intense that oftentimes, I find myself wincing or jolting and I cannot concentrate on my work.
Please help me on this problem.
Thanks and more power.
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