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Half side headache, puffy and tight cheek, eye gets bloodshot, Advice?

Hi. I have a headaches that started a couple years ago, but at first was very small and only occurred every few weeks. Now it s much stronger and almost constant, though varies in strength. It s on the right side only and felt in my eye, cheek bone, temple, sinus , and a little in the upper neck . My right cheek usually feels puffy and tight. When it gets really bad, my eye gets bloodshot and my right eyelid tends to be more closed than the left one. Ideas?
Asked On : Thu, 24 May 2012
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It seems form the history that you are having half sided headache with redness of eyes and the headache referred to cheek and temple.
This indicates primary headaches like migraine and the treatment is by use of analgesics and anti-inflammatory drugs.
However episodes of narrow angle glaucoma needs to be ruled out as this also presents in a similar way with redness of eyes.
Hence I advice you to consult your doctor for examination and treatment accordingly.

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Answered: Thu, 10 Apr 2014
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