If the patient has one-sided headache, that is a symptom of a migraine. It could be either side alternating. The disease is often accompanied by other symptoms such as nausea, vomiting, etc. The pain usually lasts for hours. or may be in pain for several days.
is severe pain around the eyes Spread to one side of the temple, often a series of throbbing pains at a certain time, for example, often during this month of every year The pain lasts for several weeks. or a month This condition is more common in men than women.
headache on both sides
It is an occasional stress headache, often intermittent or lasting for 30 minutes or more and can last for days. which is often found in conjunction with migraine pain If symptoms occur less than half a month, they are classified as occasional stress headaches. However, if the pain lasts for more than 1-3 months. It is considered a chronic stress headache.
Headache from both sinuses
Often there is pain in the forehead, the bridge of the nose, including the cheekbones. The pain becomes more intense when the patient bends down. or bow down and often accompanied by other symptoms such as a runny nose, fever, or swollen face.
Headache from a brain tumor
There will be intermittent pain and will intensify at night until the patient has to wake up in the middle of the night. The disease affects your daily life greatly. Because the symptoms begin to arise when you are physically active and often have other symptoms. Such as difficulty in balance, blurred vision, lack of concentration, etc.