I have been getting a sharp pain in the left side of my head for a few weeks now. It feels as though someone is stabbing a needle in the left side of my forehead about three times then stopping. The pains are intense but subside after a few seconds then return again minutes to hours later. On top of that, for about two months now I have been feeling so exhausted when I haven't been doing anything worthy of exhaustion. Sometimes I will wake up in the morning but be unable to fully wake. I often find myself in bed until three in the afternoon and still able to sleep longer. It seems physically impossible for my to wake myself. Recently I have developed neck stiffness on top of all this. Are these just small migraines? I have no fever, sinus infection, or nausea or vomiting.
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