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A list of questions that will help your health care professional diagnose and treat Headaches.
Headaches usually get better or go away with home treatment and do not require a visit to a health professional.
Headaches are one of the most common pain - related health problems in both children and adults. You may have a headache along with another minor health problem such as a sore throat, cold, or sinus problem.
WebMD provides an assessment of your headache symptoms. Find out how to better manage your headaches.
You may be able to prevent headaches by changing your daily routine. Identify possible causes of your headaches using a headache diary. Eat regularly. Do not skip meals.
WebMD tells you which signs may indicate a more serious illness behind your child's headaches.
WebMD's glossary of terms related to headaches and migraines.
A CT scan of the head may be recommended for people with frequent migraines or headaches, in order to rule out other causes of the pain. WebMD tells you what to expect.
MRI can't diagnose migraines or headaches but it can rule out other medical conditions.
An electroencephalogram (EEG) may be done to look for causes of migraines or headaches. Here's what to expect.
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