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Sharp pains on upper side of the head when exposed to cold, painful. Please guide?

hi...dr i get sharp pains on my upper both sides of da head and it stayes for 2-3 days i noticed i get these pains when i drink too chilled water or any kind of juice or i come directly to air conditioner chilled room it stayes for a minute its moves in my head its painful also i get pain in my forhead also please guide me
Asked On : Wed, 8 Aug 2012
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hello.these may be the symptoms related to inflammation of paranasal air sinuses as in chronic sinusitis.

avoid cold exposure if possible.

and if at all you need to eat or drink cold stuff make sure you are not in a hurry.

do you have a history of running nose or congested nose?

get yourself evaluated by a physician or an ENT surgeon.

till then you can also try household remedies like hot water fomentation or steaming that will help you drain your sinuses and relieve you.

hope i have helped you.
Answered: Wed, 8 Aug 2012
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