health conditions


Question by  chuck47 (21)

My head is sore to the touch, what should I do?


Answer by  jheremans (1446)

Assess where specifically the area where it aches, feel for bumps or lumps if it's free from any deformity try to take a pain reliever, rest and close your eyes for at least an hour. If it does not help then you should finally go to a physician.


Answer by  bob8985 (44)

It depends on what you did to it? Did you hit it on something? Sometimes when we sleep we can injure ourselves without knowing. You may have a cyst or a pimple, that could be causing your problem also. You may have sinus pressure or a sinus headache also. Take some Advil.


Answer by  Sergiu (344)

The symptom you describe is not specific to a particular disease, but you should consider elevation of pressure inside the skull due to infection, a mass or just a headache.


Answer by  thom0045 (350)

If a person's head is sore to the touch, what they should do depends on the amount of pain they're in. If a person is in minor pain, they should take a pain reliever. However, if the pain is frequent or if it is servere, they should see a doctor.


Answer by  GVlad (104)

You should go see your GP and tell him all about your problem. It might be a sinus inflamation but we can`t know for sure because we need more information.


Answer by  juanita57 (1374)

When your head is sore to the touch, you could have slept too hard or you could be coming down with a severe headache. Might be stress or tension also.


Answer by  BrandonAllin (968)

You can try applying ice and/or heat if you don't think it's all that serious, but as always with any health condition, the absolute best thing you can do is visit a doctor or a clinic of sorts. Never take any chances with your health.


Answer by  heather88 (1897)

You should have it checked out by a doctor, but it probably isn't anything serious. You could be having just scalp trouble. The doctor is your best answer. Only your doctor can tell you what is causing it.

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