Sometimes I get a sharp pain on one side of my forehead. It seems to be more sensitive than the otherside, is this normal? For example, if I lean over to pick something up, that's when I get the pain the most frequent, but it soon goes. Can anyone help?
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replied September 9th, 2004
The sharp pains are common and they are known as ideopathic stabbing headaches or "ice pick headaches". Do you get migraines? It is not uncommon to have a sensitive side of the head when you get the stabbing headaches. You might want to check with your Dr. Just in case.
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