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Shooting Pain in left side of head
Hello Doctor, I am having shooting pain in my left side of head above ear at single point from last one month. It will come and go away and will happen for fraction of seconds. This is happening from last 4 years it will come and will go away by its own.But now from last 30 days it happening daily. Can you please help why it's happening. I did MRI two years back for same complain and it came back normal.
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It comes n goes every week/ month or once in few months? Is it precipitation caused by Event or just out of the blue? What relieves it? It happens for fraction of second right? Ur Mri is normal. What do u do for living? Any stressors? For past one month what has changed in ur surroundings?
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Are u exercising if not then start. Daily walks and aerobics. Keep hydrated Avoid electronic devices.
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If still not getting rid can try painkillers once in a while. Still not better then consult. Thanks
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Hello sir. I am suspecting one of trigeminal cephalgias as underlying cause, however I need to know a few more details to be certain about the diagnosis. It is very treatable. Regards.  Please also share your MRI films/report during consult
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