Thank you for posting your query.
The symptoms do not sound like intra cranial hypertension
(ICH). In ICH, there would be headaches, especially on waking up in mornings, associated with vomiting. Bluured or double vision
at the peak of headache is also common in ICH.
An examination by ophthalmologist (fundus examination) would show papilledema
in cases of ICH. So, the absence of papilledema on eye examination would exclude ICH.
Your symptoms seem to be due to involvement of local nerves on the scalp. Medications such as carbamazepine
or pregabalin may be useful in relieving the symptoms.
Dr. Sudhir Kumar MD DM (Neurology)
Senior Consultant Neurologist