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Pain in head while coughing or bending. Is it due to diet or depression. Suggestion?

Hello I am a 34 year old man . I have a random very sharp pain in my head on the left side of my brain when I cough sneeze or bend over to quickly . It s been happening for a few years now an the last few weeks seems to getting worse an happening more often . When visited the doctor in the past about other things was told it s prob my diet or dehydration an it s even been blamed on bouts of depression in the past . I know it can t be these things as changed diet many times , hydrate as needed an depression went but the pain did not . What would you suggest ?
Asked On : Mon, 14 May 2012
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is there any history of injury that you forgot to mention history goes in favour of intracranial swelling of gradual pattern either tumour or aneurism or slow intracranial bleeding but no history of vomiting except head ache was any X-RAY done to rule out all above
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