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Headache in afternoon, squeeze head, had a ct scan, EEG and blood work, reports normal, high blood pressure

Yes, I have been having daily headaches in the afternoon on top of my head. It feels like someone is squeezing my head. It usually last 30 minutes or more to go away. I also get it while I am sleeping. I have seen an neuologist. I have had a ct scan , EEG , blood work and everything came back normal. I am 53 year old woman that was just diagnosed with high blood pressure which I take meds and have it under control. Should I see any other Type of doctor?
Asked On : Fri, 11 May 2012
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It seems from the history that you are having headaches daily and have undergone CT scan, EEG, blood work up and since all the reports are normal, no need to worry about the neurological problem.
Since you are having daily headaches lasting for only 30 minutes, primary headaches like tension headache or cluster headache needs to be ruled out.
Hence you can consult your neurologist or a physician for examination and treatment accordingly.

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Answered: Fri, 28 Mar 2014
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