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Question by  Ney (23)

Why do I have a chronic pain in my temple?


Answer by  crookedneck (33)

It's a migrane and they hurt bad your best bet is to take some tylenol or ib profen; and if you get continous migrane I would want to see a doctor because, something might be wrong in your cranium, or you might need eye glasses.


Answer by  thelostone (1457)

This could be a sign of migraines. Migraines can be triggered by lots of different causes some mental and some physical such as caffeine.


Answer by  liblue (683)

There are many sinus cavities in the human temple. If chronic temple pain is a problem put a cold or warm compress on your temple and try to hold it for 10 minutes. If this works then you may have blocked sinuses. Other cause could be stress or illness or weather change.


Answer by  G12345 (1808)

There are many causes and you should see a doctor to evaluate the worrisome from the benign ones. Benugn ones include TMJ and chronic tension headaches. Worrisome include aneurysm and temporal arteritis.


Answer by  whoareyou (3483)

This could be something as simple as your genuine everyday headache, but you should consult with your doctor just in case. Have a CAT scan done to ensure there is no swelling or masses that are causing pressure and pain.


Answer by  champaign9497 (11977)

You should see the doctor there are alot of things that can cause chronic pain they can range anywhere from serious health problems like a brain tumor to you just having stress.

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