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I have been having headaches for two weeks everyday. The pain is to much but it's only on the left side of my head it's behind my eye in my ear on my jaw and the back of my neck. On top of it all I woke up with a sore throat and my head still hurts. What do u think is wrong..

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replied March 28th, 2011
Headache and Migraines Answer A21362

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Left sided headache with associated eye,ear and jaw pain could be due to various causes as sinusitis,neuralgia,dry eyes,raised blood pressure,TMJ disorder,migraine,vitamin deficiency etc.
According to the symptom described that you have sore throat it seems headache might be because of sinusitis.Avoid cold food items.Do not have sudden change of temperature.Take steam inhalation 3 to 4 times a day after adding Dayquil Liquicaps in the water.
If the headache still persists or symptoms worsen kindly visit a Physician for evaluation.

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