I am a 20 year old female in general overall good health. For a long time now I have been experiencing pain above my left eyebrow when it is wet or windy. When I sweat I only sweat on the left side of my face, and after the gym almost always my eyebrow hurts if it has sweat or shower water on it. As soon as I remove the water/sweat the pain goes away. Occasionally this occurs with the wind as well. If it is windy for an extended period of time I experience the same pain.
Have you ever considered that it may be sinus headache? I know wet and windy conditions can aggravate a person's sinuses so maybe it's that. I don't know how it works that the pain goes away when you wipe the sweat off though. Hope that's some sort of help
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