A pounding headache, any bump or bruise obtained from something hitting your head, or migrains.
Tension headache. Can result From anxiety stress fatigue alcohol jaw or neck strain. If it doesn't go away after sleep or in a couple days see a doctor. Hope this helps :)
It could be just a head ache which can be caused by a number of things like stress or even with draw from some thing you used to eat regularly.
Yes, a brain tumor can cause dull pain or sharp pain in the temple area. Other symptoms include seizures, hearing loss, vision loss, and fatigue.
I'm going to say yes
what would cause a sharp pain then numbest above the right temple, also watery right eye
Temple Pain: No Easy AnswerAccording to my research, temple pain could be a result of a number of things from very serious to completely harmless. I have had sharp temporal pain a few times in my life that lasted from a few seconds to 20 to 30 seconds and sometimes in intervals over a few minutes, and then it goes away. The closest answer I could find for my problem is called Ice Pick Headaches which are harmless but can cause sudden extreme pain for no apparent reason in a very short period of time (5 to 30 seconds) and then goes away. Whatever the case, though, a doctor visit couldn't hurt due to the possibility of something much more serious.
You have a chronical fester sinusid,nothing to warry about.I had it when i was 12 years old,but i healed.It's genetical.It sometimes feels bad(your nose gets stuck),but you'll be ok.You should see a doctor,cause it could be anything.Good luck :) That sounds like a real possibility. See a physician to find out if it's an infection that needs antibiotics or if you could just get by with decongestants. That sounds most liekly like a sinus issue, though you should consult a physician. You might have a sinus infection or it could be something else.
It can hurt because of alots of reason, maybe has been hit somewhere before headache can cause that and have a twitchy feeling on the left side of the temple most of the time.
An undetected and unruptured aneurysm could cause this pressure as could such things as stress resulting in jaw clenching. I have heard this can be related to visual migraine without pain also. Have there been any visual disturbances?
Yes, Accutane can cause back pain. Back pain (and joint pain) are a common side effect of taking Accutane.
If your temple hurts, you may have a headache. If the pain persists, it is best to visit your doctor.