Hello, it is difficult to say, but with the weather changes possibly sinus or right side ear issue. There are so many things that can cause pain in your head including eye strain or a tumor. If symptoms persist after taking tylenol and resting and no other symptoms arise to indicate the exact cause, I recommend seeing your doctor to determine what is causing the pain and get the appropriate treatment. I Hope This Helps.
these are usually migrain headaches.
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If the headache lasts for less than 4 hours then it could be a chronic cluster headache or a chronic paroxysmal hemicranias. If it lasts for more than 4 hours it could be chronic tension headache, chronic migraine or altered migraine or hemicranias continua. Indomethacin is the drug of choice in hemicranias continua. In fact the diagnosis is considered confirmed if a patient responds to Indomethacin. Since you are in menopausal age group then consult a gynecologist and rule out hormone imbalance and low estrogen as the cause of your headaches. Since a confirmed diagnosis cannot be given on net please discuss these possibilities with your doctor once. You may need some tests for confirmed diagnosis which may include blood tests, MRI etc. Hope this helps. Take care!