For weeks (since mid september), I have headache on the right side...slightly aft, above the ear.
It is not every day and the pain is not each time on the same spot (wandering). Sometimes it pulsate, sometimes it "hurts" a little bit if you push on it with a finger. I have normally the same or similar pain if I drink too much wine....
Normally, I sleep on this right side....
In the last few weeks I had also signs if a tietze syndrom (pain on the brest, outer shoulder right, and in the neck - also right).
Therefore, I am not sure whether it comes from tensiosn (muscular or bones).
Normally, once a year; I do a set of tumor markers....also CEA, NSE etc.
They were all normal except that NSE was on the upper limit (might also come if blood stays around too long).
Might also come from a brain tumor? I haven`t got other signs...
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