The following Conditions are related to Headache

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  • Breakbone fever

    When symptoms do occur, they may be mistaken for other illnesses — such as the flu — and usually begin four to 10 days after you are bitten by an infected mosquito. Dengue fever causes a high fever — 104 F (40 C) — and any of the following signs and symptoms: Headache Muscle, bone or joint pain Nausea Vomiting Pain behind the eyes Swollen glands  Read More

  • Cluster headaches

    Cluster headache is pain that occurs along one side of the head. It's frequently described as pain that occurs around, behind, or above the eye and along the temple in cyclic patterns or clusters. The pain of a cluster headache is very severe. Many patients describe a “drilling” type of sensation. For classification as a true cluster headache, associated autonomic features such as tearing/watering of the eye, redness of the conjunc  Read More

  • European blastomycosis

    Cryptococcosis is caused by a fungus known as Cryptococcosis neoformans. The infection may be spread to humans through contact with pigeon droppings or unwashed raw fruit. Contact with an infected individual may also spread the infection. Individuals with disorders characterized by lowered immunity (for instance, HIV infection) are at high risk for contracting these infections.Cryptococcosis may appear in various forms depending on  Read More

  • Mountain fever

    Colorado Tick Fever is a rare viral disease transmitted by ticks that commonly inhabit the western United States. Major symptoms may include fever, headaches, muscle aches, and/or generalized discomfort (myalgia). The symptoms usually last for about a week and resolve on their own.  Read More

  • Neck pain

    Signs and symptoms include: Pain that's often worsened by holding your head in one place for long periods, such as when driving or working at a computer Muscle tightness and spasms Decreased ability to move your head Headache When to see a doctor Most neck pain improves gradually with home treatment. If not, see your doctor. Seek immediate care if severe neck pain r  Read More