Hi, about three months ago the top front part of my head started to hurt where my hair parts in the middle. I thought at first my head got sunburned but it still hurts to the touch a lot. It is driving me crazy. I was wondering what are some posibilities of what might be wrong. I had no trauma to the head. Thanks.
If trauma was not present, headache from the top of the head or frontal headache may also be due to sinusitis, migraine, temporomandibular joint disorder, iron deficiency anemia or agammaglobulinemia. Are there other associated signs or symptoms present? If it persists, it would be helpful to see your doctor for proper evaluation and management. A complete physical and neurologic examination as well as imaging studies will help in reaching a diagnosis.
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