Hello, If someone could help me out it would be very much appreciated.
I am having alot of pain in the top of my left Brain. I first experienced it after working long hours infront of a computer screen. I am no longer working infront of a computer but the pains have come back and they are now more intense.
I have had it all day today and am now very concerned about it. any idea of what this might be? any help or advice would be deeply apreciated.
hello, thankyou very much for your replies. I went to a doctor today and he examined me. He said that there was no Nuerological symptoms and that I simply have a migrane (migraine), but I am not 100% convinced. Is there any chance he could be wrong? I am worried it could be something serious like cancer, or a tumer or something. what do you think?
Thanks again, regards,
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