Every few months or so the right side of the top of my head gets extremely sensitive and painful to touch. I have never had any type of head injury or anything like that. I had a complete lab work up about 3 months ago and I am in picture perfect health. However when this happens its like it hurts to brush my hair, have the shower water hit on it, etc. Its really weird because its just the top, and almost down the middle but on the right side of it. I don't get headaches a lot and I am not sure if this is some type of migraine since I don't feel I've ever had one (that being based off of what people I know have told me about when they have migraines). Any thoughts as to where I can start to research what this may be or what I should ask my doctor (do to it not being an issue at my last office visit this was not discussed- but I currently am having this happen as I write this- and its been 2 days since this started).
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