I am 17, female. For a few weeks I have been suffering from extremely painful, throbbing headaches. They typically last about three minutes and occur 1 - 7 times a day, at no specific times or intervals. The pain is always my right side, and radiates from around my temple. When they occur I generally just lie down and wait them out.
MRI turned out normal. The doctor thought it was cluster headaches except I am not restless and the headaches are too short. He's at a bit of a loss. Can anyone help identify what this is?
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