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Migraine Moderate to severe Typically occurs from Attacks last a throbbing pain, often childhood to middle day or longer.
The headache of pheochromocytoma may be short lasting, a thunderclap-type headache, or a unilateral throbbing pain that mimics a migraine.
She was sick several times through shock and experienced a throbbing pain on the back of her head where she was struck.
By Ruba Shawwa Migraine is usually described as a severe pulsating or throbbing pain in one area of the head.
As nearly 30,000,000 Americans can attest, the throbbing pain of a migraine can be debilitating, lasting from a few hours to several days.
A pulsing, throbbing pain is now well established on my right ring finger.
One type of headache, called a migraine headache, is often described as a throbbing pain on one side of the head.
The patient began to experience sharp, stabbing, throbbing pain in the right frontal temporal malar that peaked in 10 minutes and lasted about 1.
Andre Agassi awoke one morning in March, stepped down and felt a throbbing pain shoot through his leg.
The main symptom of sinusitis is a throbbing pain and pressure over the cheeks, forehead or the bridge of the nose and it can be made worse by bending forwards.
Migraine -- The pulsating, throbbing pain of a migraine headache is felt on one side in the temple area.