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Acute pain in head. What is going on? Need I worry brain Tumor?

hi doctor, my name is vishwa, and i am from New delhi India. from past three weeks, after coming from office i feel a acute pain in my head, on the right side of my head, and it goes for two to three hours, could you please help me with this? as i am very worried about the symptoms. i heard that it could be brain tumor .
Asked On : Sun, 14 Oct 2012
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Hello Vishva
Forget about tumour .history suggest that after full day work in office when you are tired you get pain and after 2/3 hours back from office you take rest office exhauston is gone and you feel bettor
please go for BP checkup blood sugar checkup eye checkup and look for stress factors in office and get treatment accordingly
otherwise also join yoga relaxation exercises deep breathing and morning walk
you are likey to be benefitd

Take Care

Dr Lal

Answered: Mon, 9 Dec 2013
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