For years Ive had nasal congestion/ sinus problems. I'm 27 yr old male in great shape and good medically from last doctor visit. The thing is recently for the past week I have had little pressure/ throbbing on my whole forehead and sometimes my sides of my nose feel pressured. My forehead feels cloggy or something. Also with this my entire body feels warm, I do not know if this is in my head or what but my face and body feels warm and I do not know if it was something I ate but I was a little upset with my stomach, no vomiting or nausea , but stomach did not feel great little wussey a couple times in the last 4 days. Do you think this is allergies or brain tumor????? HELP!!????
It is much more likely to be a vascular headache or a sinus infection. Brain cancer is very unlikley given your clinical history and symptoms.
Please consult your internist or neurologist.
All the best, and God Bless!
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