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An_205132 posted:
hi I am 40 year olds, Last night I had headache just on cross my forehead so i went to bed early maybe I was over tired from too much studying. This morning I woke (6 a.m.) up with real bad headache in the same spot then it more painful on the left side of the head above the eyebrown. It more worse when i lay down or sit down, it goes away little bit when i stand up and stand next to my man and had my head rest on his chest what a relief. yeah I did feel hot too. It like man who turn up the heat? even when not cold in the room. so I had to step outside to breath fresh air in the pooring rain this morning, The more I sit down, I felt I had to run up stair to the bath room and puke. I took two Asprain which took forever to kick in. drink coffee little no milk, which i was told by mom that some time caffine take the headache away it didn't work. Cold cloth made it worse, I had to use my warm hand the palm area and lay on it. and i did fell asleep, the warm cloth works for me. then I woke up I felt like light headach more like feel hangover. But about an hour ago my head started to come back so i took two more asprain. but still feel tired more like I need to sleep more. I wondering what causing this, what Can I do to treat this. Thank you for anybody advice.
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allie_bf responded:
It does sound like, whether or not it ended up as a migraine, it started as a sinus headache. The location, across your brow, the improvement with warmth, and the worsening with lying down all suggest sinuses. You could try a decongestant along with Tylenol or aspirin, and using a warm compress on your sinuses. If you have a thermometer, check your temperature when you feel hot next time. If you have a fever, and continue to have sinus pressure and pain, call your doctor.
 
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carpetcrawler5 responded:
Only drink the coffee at the beginning of your headache, although I don't think it works for your type of headache.


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