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Well,first of all I’m glad I came across all your expierences and opinions. I’m a 27 year female. I’ve experienced the same thing. I wouldn’t call it a pain nor a normal headache. I think pretty much everybody has had headaches at least one time in their lives, so I know how those feel. It’s also on my left side, on very rare occassions I’ve felt it on the right side. I wouldn’t know how to describe WHERE in my head I feel this sensation. I don’t think it’s above the temple like most of you have said… it’s somewhere inside the left area, it feels like its inside in the middle. In terms of describing the sensation: it’s so hard to describe. It’s not a pain. It’s more like some weird sensation, like it’s being pushed down or something. Once or twice it hurt kinda bad and I really got scared. Other time I don’t feel it as bad, just a tinsy bit. I haven’t been vomiting, no diarrhea, I’m able to work, and do all my stuff normally. Although, about a week before I started feeling these strange sensations, I had become really sick with a cold that started with a bad cough and then felt my body going through different changes: dizzines, lightheadedness, vomiting, diarrhea, ringing in the ears, etc. When I started feeling dizzy I went to a general doctor and then an ENT, they both said I had vertigo. But it went away after about 2 weeks and then these stupid "headaches" started. I call them stupid ‘cuz at timesthey really scare me and annoy me. There are days where I don’t feel them at all. But like today I felt it once in the morning, and yesterday felt it pretty much thru out whole day but it wasn’;t painful. It just bothered me. At times I think I have a tumor but I try not to think that cuz I guess tumors cause other stuff at the same time. I’d like to go to a neurologist but my ENT, which I’ve seen 3 times now, never referred me to one. On my last visit, he kept saying he doesn’t think it’s a tumor but if I keep feeling them, he’ll refer me to a neuro. Well, since I stopped feeling them, I didn’t go to the ENT again. Everything felt normal for about 4 days, no sensations and then, they started again. But they only happen at very random times. Sorry to write so much but I was just hoping to get it out of my system and ask for anybody’s opinion on my personal experience? Please. Thanks.

Well,first of all I’m glad I came across all your expierences and opinions. I’m a 27 year female. I’ve experienced the same thing. I wouldn’t call it a pain nor a normal headache. I think pretty much everybody has had headaches at least one time in their lives, so I know how those feel. It’s also on my left side, on very rare occassions I’ve felt it on the right side. I wouldn’t know how to describe WHERE in my head I feel this sensation. I don’t think it’s above the temple like most of you have said… it’s somewhere inside the left area, it feels like its inside in the middle. In terms of describing the sensation: it’s so hard to describe. It’s not a pain. It’s more like some weird sensation, like it’s being pushed down or something. Once or twice it hurt kinda bad and I really got scared. Other time I don’t feel it as bad, just a tinsy bit. I haven’t been vomiting, no diarrhea, I’m able to work, and do all my stuff normally. Although, about a week before I started feeling these strange sensations, I had become really sick with a cold that started with a bad cough and then felt my body going through different changes: dizzines, lightheadedness, vomiting, diarrhea, ringing in the ears, etc. When I started feeling dizzy I went to a general doctor and then an ENT, they both said I had vertigo. But it went away after about 2 weeks and then these stupid "headaches" started. I call them stupid ‘cuz at timesthey really scare me and annoy me. There are days where I don’t feel them at all. But like today I felt it once in the morning, and yesterday felt it pretty much thru out whole day but it wasn’;t painful. It just bothered me. At times I think I have a tumor but I try not to think that cuz I guess tumors cause other stuff at the same time. I’d like to go to a neurologist but my ENT, which I’ve seen 3 times now, never referred me to one. On my last visit, he kept saying he doesn’t think it’s a tumor but if I keep feeling them, he’ll refer me to a neuro. Well, since I stopped feeling them, I didn’t go to the ENT again. Everything felt normal for about 4 days, no sensations and then, they started again. But they only happen at very random times. Sorry to write so much but I was just hoping to get it out of my system and ask for anybody’s opinion on my personal experience? Please. Thanks.