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Unilateral pain from forehead, ear and moving to neck, nerve stretching. CT scan, MRI normal. Treatment?

Hey, I am XXXX and my age is 19years. I have got a neurological problem. I had regular unilateral pain nd it starts from sides of my forehead and continues till ear and then to neck as if a nerve is getting stretched!! I don t know I have consulted atleast 5 doctors and hv gone under ct scan , mri ,mri venogram bt results were positive bt then also pain is like 20 to 22 hrs a day !! Could you please help me with this . Is there anything serious let me know
Asked On : Tue, 11 Sep 2012
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By 'results were positive' probably you meant that MRI was normal. If that is the case then it is not a serious thing. There is a possibility that the nerve supplying the area of face is getting compressed and because of that you are having these symptoms. There are many medications available for such pain. Instead of visiting many doctor you should stick to one neurologist and let him adjust the medications till you get best relief.
Good luck.
Answered: Wed, 12 Sep 2012
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