Just wondering if anyone out there would know what's going on with me. I'm a healthy 39 year old female. I have had headaches before, but usually I can take Tylenol or Motrin and that would take care of it. I have been getting the same headache on the left side of my forehead and temple now for over 2 weeks. At times, it's tolerable, but I have had it for 24 hours now with no relief! If I frown, it feels like a shooting or stabbing pain. I have tried Excedrin Migraine and just regular Tylenol to no avail. I have read other people's comments on having the same thing, but I not really found any answers. Anyone?
I agree wtih Jenny2008. It sounds like either a sinus infection or a migraine. Sometime times those kind of drugs aren't going to help a really bad one.. talk to your dr. they may want to run some test to make sure things are OK up there ..
Thanks alot everyone! I can say that I don't have a headache today. From reading everything on-line about a migraine, it doesn't seem like that is what it is. It COULD be a sinus problem. I do have allergies in the spring and fall and so far, knock on wood, I haven't had a problem this fall. Maybe this headache is taking the place of an allergy attack. Who knows?
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