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What does it mean if I get sharp pains in my left temple?

Sharp pain in the left temple could be a headache or threatening a stroke! Any Suggestions here?

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  1. Jule Reply:

    Recurring headaches, sharp pains in your face or head, a dull ache above If you wake in the morning with pain on one side of your head or face, or with Feeling sinus pressure build up in your temples can make your whole head feel like it is about to crack wide open. How Does a Sinus Pressure Cause Headaches? Source:http://www.ehow.com/how_2362391_diagnose-sinus-cavities-head.html

  2. Tamar Reply:

    The pain radiates to the top/front of my head and gets worse when I am standing or bend . Should I see a doctor or does this go away? . Yes I get sharp pains but in the side of my head near my temple, normally one side.

  3. Pura Reply:

    if you have had a lot of stress thats always a big factor check with your dr for blood pressure but it might not even be your temple vein it could be sinus pressure if you are prone to sinus infections and allergies like myself **** sucks Source:http://answers.yahoo.com/question/index?qid=20111012123951AA5NBjU

  4. Billye Reply:

    It could be anxiety. Anxiety can cause a wide range of nonsensical / abnormal symptoms — I’ve been to the ER a few times because of it, and every time the ‘symptoms’ were somewhat different. However, I’ve also had sharp shooting pains in m… Source:http://answers.yahoo.com/question/index?qid=20100211161626AAENOmB

  5. Delpha Reply:

    There are lots of different conditions and diseases which could cause that symptom. Neuralgia, a nerve irritation, is possible. It might be a sign of referred pain from a dental problem. It could indicate a stroke or a brain tumor. Source:http://wiki.answers.com/Q/What_could_sharp_pain_by_the_left_temple_mean

  6. Asia Reply:

    Everyday I have sharp shooting pains on the left side of that causes shortness of breathe my head at the temple. These pains come off and on throughout the day, day after day

  7. Nancy Reply:

    $500 and no answer, that is a part of what is wrong with our health care system! You gave all the information that is needed to tell you what is wrong that no test any dr! can give you to tell him the problem, you have tight muscles, muscles pinched in your neck and they are what are giving you all your problems! And it is fairly simple to release those muscles to get rid of the pain! Been there and done that! The tight muscles make it so the vertebrae in your neck are pulled close enough to catch on each other to cause pains while turning your head! The pinched muscles give you the pains in your head! The constant cracking of your neck was to keep it free for when the muscles are pulling they tend to make a joint settle in one spot which becomes another pain when you have to break it free again to move! All those pains are consistant with pinched muscles in your neck! Here is how to release those muscles and your back muscles because they share some together, doing the back one once a day and the others several more times a day:NeckInvert your hands and put them next to your head placing your thumbs in under your ears and you lower your head until your neck is fully extended, release the pressure but hold your head there for another 30 seconds!With your neck in the bent position, replace your thumbs in under the ears and your fingers behind your neck but right next to your skull this time! Press your fingers and thumbs together again and hold! Relax your body while waiting! When the muscles have all released, slowly lift your head until it’s level again, release the pressure but hold your head like that for another 30 seconds!Back: (do from a sitting position)Place your left hand on your left leg next to your body! Place your right hand over your left shoulder and find the muscles next to your spine and press on them and hold! After 30 seconds slowly lower your body forward, keeping your left arm fairly straight as you do! When you reach your lap remain there for another 10 seconds, release the pressure but remain there for another 30 seconds! Then reverse your hand positions and do your right side! You may have to do them for a few days to get a full release of the muscles and to keep them released! Any muscle that has been pinched for a number of years wants to stay where it is so repeated attempts to correct them are going to be needed! Without doing the follow up you are setting yourself back up for the pains to come back at full bore again!

  8. Ouida Reply:

    I have had sharp temporal pain a few times in my life that lasted from a few seconds to 20 to 30 The closest answer I could find for my problem is called Ice Pick Headaches which are What could sharp pain by the left temple mean? Type the username or email address you used when you signed up on Answers. com:

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