Hi! Everyone gets headaches, and not all headaches are due to brain tumors or aneurysm, even if they have a history of one. If you have atypical migraine, then it can be due to compression of cervical spinal nerves. Another reason is TMJ, especially if the headache starts with chewing. The third reason could be severe acidity with or without GERD. This could also be secondary to trauma, raised intracranial hypertension, high blood pressure, temporal arteritis etc. Hence all these need to be ruled out. It is important to find the cause, including aneurysm.
Do discuss this with your doctor and get yourself examined. Take care!
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