How are you? Do you still experience the cramping in your head? One-sided symptoms maybe associated with primary headaches such as migraine or tension headaches. Identifying the triggers may also help in avoiding any attack of cramps. If it persists, it is best that you have this checked by your doctor for proper diagnosis. Take care and do keep us posted.
HI, IM A 27 YEAR OLD FEMALE GENRALLY IN GOOD HEALTH ABOUT 3 WEEKS AGO I BEGAN GETTING THIS CRAMP LIKE FEELING ON THE LEFT SIDE OF MY HEAD ITS NOT VERY PAINFUL JUST ALARMING BECAUSE IM UNSURE WHAT IT COULD BE. IT COMES AND GO AND I CANT FIGURE OUT IF IT HAS A TRIGGER OR NOT. A FEW DAYS AGO I HAD SOME NOSE CONGESTION ON THE LEFT SIDE AND SOME THROAT PAIN. I THOUGHT MAYBE IT COULD BE A SINUS PROLBEM SO I HAD A REFILL OF THE Z-PAC FROM A OLD DENTIST VISIT SO I TOOK THAT AND FINISHED IT 2 DAYS AGO. IM STARTING TO NOTICE A LIL CONGESTION COMING ON THE SAME SIDE. SHOULD I BE CONCERNED ??
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