I was diagnosed with MRSA in 2009 in my nares Have been having migraines on the right side, crown of my head. I also have Graves Disease with hyperthyroidism, but my Optometrist says the migraines are not from the Graves. He recommends I see a neurologist. My head gets sore to the touch when I have them. It's like a dull pain that I get most every day. Has anybody else experienced this before? any suggestions?
If you have MRSA and the head is sore to touch when you have headaches then you need to consult a doctor to rule out sinusitis, temporal arteritis, and ear infection. Other than this you could be having a pinched nerve in the neck, an inflamed muscle or a scalp fungal infection. Do discuss this with your doctor and get yourself examined. Take care!
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went to Family Care doctor and said it was probably due to barometric pressure. Never checked my sinuses or ears. When I told him that Optometrist looked in my eyes and recommended I go see a neurologist he told me no, because there are two types of meds a neurologist will place me on and that I am hyper-sensitive to some medicines.
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