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Quick Sharp/Stabbing Head Pain

I am a young healthy teenager. For the past 3 days I have been experiencing theses weird “headaches”. It feels like an extremely quick sharp/stabbing pain. Literally one second, like a strike. Sometimes it happens a few times at one time period, sometimes just once. It’s always in the same spot, middle left. I moved 2 weeks ago, so I don’t know if it could be stress or altitude change.
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If you grind your teeth at night from stress, it could cause headaches like that. Also, so could nerve issues, including the nerves in the neck. Finally, so could a cracked tooth. If it keeps happening, see a doctor and if no answers, see a dentist.
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You might also google "ice pick headache." They are not common to have several days in a row, though.
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