How are you? Are there other symptoms present like fever, cough or facial pain? One-sided throbbing headaches are usually associated with migraine headaches. They also present with nausea, vomiting and sensitivity to lights and sound. However, other differentials that needs to be ruled out include sinus infection and allergic reaction. Rest, ice packs, avoidance of headache triggers and pain medications may help. However, if it persists, have this checked by your doctor for proper evaluation. Direct clinical examiantion is important. Take care and regards.
i am fine,,,,,what about you,,,, thank you very very much, that you give some time to my question and to my problem. I have no fever, cough or facial pain, all is ok except one side headache..... and i want to tell you one thing more, that i feel some load on my chest without any pain, i have no cough, but i want to have cough so as to exit the garbage which has hold my chest...... but i feel that something has on my chest, and i think due to the chest load, the head vains are blocked, and therefore i feel ache on my left side...... plz plz plz tell me something hopefull, bcz i am very disappointed.... and feel shy to go to Doctor and tell him all......................... thanks a lot.............
Thanks for the update. Chest pain or discomfort may be attributed to a variety of possible causes such as cardiac, pulmonary, musculoskeletal and gastrointestinal issues. It is important that cardiac causes are ruled out. Have this checked by your doctor for proper evaluation. Do not feel shy to go to your attending doctor because he or she is there to help. You can tell everything because there is such thing as doctor-patient relationship which means that everything that you say is just between you and your doctor. Your medical history, diagnostic tests and complete physical examiantion are all important for proper diagnosis. Take care and regards.