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1. Muscle
Muscle contraction headache is described as a steady, continuous pain felt on both sides of the head. This headache is usually comparable to a tight band around the head or a sensation that both head and neck are wrapped in a cast. Muscle contraction headache usually occurs alongside these symptoms (Learn more→)

2. Headache
Symptoms of a sinus headache include pain or pressure around the eyes, cheeks and forehead; tender skin and bones over and under the eyes; and pain when bending over, during jarring movements or blowing of the nose. (Learn more→)

3. Basilar
Headache Headache is often followed by symptoms such as (Learn more→)

4. Cluster
Attacks begin abruptly and lass about fifteen minutes to three hours. It can start with itching nostril or watery nostril discharge. Severe pain on same side of one's head follows, spreading around eye area. After attacks, eyelid on same side of headache droops, and pupil constricts. Recurring headaches several times each week. (Learn more→)

5. Headache
Spinal headaches differ in intensity from mild to incapacitating. The pain usually gets worse when one sits up or stands and decreases or goes away when lying down. Spinal headaches are often accompanied by (Learn more→)

6. Headache
Thunderclap headaches are dramatic since the pain strikes suddenly and severely. Some people describe the pain as the worst headache they've ever had. The pain peaks within a minute and usually lasts several hours - although some thunderclap headaches may linger for up to 10 days. (Learn more→)

7. Headache
Ice cream headaches lead to sharp, stabbing pain in the forehead. The pain typically peaks about 30 to 60 seconds after it begins. Ice cream headaches seldom last longer than a minute or two. (Learn more→)

8. Headache
There are two kinds of sex headaches. The most common variety gives no warning and hapens within a few seconds of an orgasm. Pain is typically described as throbbing or stabbing. The other variety of sex headache often starts as a dull ache on both sides of the head and builds gradually over a matter of minutes before an orgasm, typically intensifying as sexual excitement increases. Most sex headaches last only a few minutes. Others may persist for a few hours. Many people who have sex headaches will go through them in clusters for a few months, and then go for more than a year without any sex headaches. (Learn more→)

9. Intracranial
The classic symptom is severe headache when upright, which is relieved when lying flat. While other symptoms can include nausea, vomiting, double vision and difficulty with concentration. (Learn more→)

10. Occipital
Occipital neuralgia usually manifests as a non-localized headache that usually follows a "ram's horn" pattern on the outside area of the head, commonly starting in the base of the skull or the upper neck. The pain, which has been compared to the sensation of an electric shock, may occur in only one side of the brain or in both sides. Other symptoms of occipital neuralgia are (Learn more→)

11. Chronic
The signs and symptoms of the condition depend on the specific type. Chronic migraine may be affected with moderate to sever pulsating or throbbing pain on one side of the head, which may also include nausea or vomiting, sensitivity to light and sound. Chronic tension-type headache hurts both sides of the head. (Learn more→)

12. Typhus
Symptoms for Epidemic typhus include severe headache, a sustained high fever, cough, rashes, severe muscle pain, chills, decreasing blood pressure, stupor, sensitivity to light, and delirium. Rashes usually begin on the chest about five days after the fever appears. It then spreads to the trunk and extremities but does not reach the palms and soles. Fever may reach up to 39░C (102░F). Endemic typhus meanwhile has the following symptoms (Learn more→)

13. Japanese
Japanese Encephalitis infections tend to be asymptomatic during the incubation period. On the other hand, several obvious manifestations appear during mild infections. On the onset of encephalitis, fever, malaise, and headache are apparent. Inflexibility of the neck, cachexia, paralysis on one side of the body (hemiparesis), convulsion, and extremely high fever are noticeable when the disease progress to the acute stage. (Learn more→)

14. Headaches
This kind of headache usually wakes a child from sleep, occur with nausea during mornings, and grow worse as days pass by. Children also develop personality disorders due to the pain. (Learn more→)

15. Pseudomotor
Among the symptoms of pseudomotor cerebri are severe headache, brief blindness, and dimmed vision. The symptoms may get worse during physical activity. Vomiting and nausea may also occur. (Learn more→)

16. St.
St. Louis encephalitis causes fever and headache. A more severe infection may exhibit symptoms such as high fever, headache, neck stiffness, disorientation, tremors, occasional convulsions, coma, and spastic paralysis. (Learn more→)

17. Western
Symptoms may vary from one person to another. A person affect by the infection may suffer mild illness accompanied with headache and sometimes fever. For people affected with severe cases of the infection a sudden high fever, headache, drowsiness, nausea and vomiting and weakness are observed. (Learn more→)

18. Pulmonary
Among the symptoms of pulmonary edema of mountaineers are a light feeling, severe dizziness and resistance to pain relievers, headache, difficulty in breathing, nausea, loss of appetite, vomiting and insomnia. (Learn more→)

19. Neurasthenia
* Persistent and intermittent fatigue * Tiredness * Weakness * Depression * Exhaustion * Headache * Tender lymph nodes * Muscle aches * Joint aches * Inability to concentrate * Short-term memory loss * Sleep problems * Chest pain * Rapid heartbeat * Irregular heartbeat * Anxiety * Impotence * Cold or clammy hands * Rapid breathing * Dizziness or even faintness * Unusual sweating * Sore throat * Hyperactive tendon reflexes * Urinary retention or excessive holding of urine in the body * Abnormal lymphocytes * Visual disturbances * Pins and needles sensation (Learn more→)

20. Rebound
Rebound headaches usually occur daily and persist all through the day, with the worse pain at the start of a headache as the medication wears off. Other symptoms include anxiety, nausea, memory problems, depression, and trouble sleeping. (Learn more→)

21. Chinese
Apart from the common pains mentioned above, people with Chinese restaurant syndrome also suffer from more serious symptoms such as chest pains, palpitations and swelling of the throat. However, CRS can be treated by consuming sufficient amount of Vitamin B6. (Learn more→)

22. Headache
Tension-type headache pain is generally described as a constant pressure, as if the head were being squeezed in a vise. The pain is usually bilateral which means it is present on both sides of the head at once. Tension-type headache pain is often mild to moderate, but may be severe. (Learn more→)

23. Hemmorhagic
Symptoms of VHF's include bleeding disorders, fever, and in extreme cases, high fever, shock, and even death. Other symptoms include chest and face flushes, edema, malaise, hypotension, headache, myalgias, diarrhea, and vomiting. (Learn more→)

24. Toxoplasmosis
Thought most primary infections produce no symptoms; the disease can affect the brain, lung, heart, eyes, or liver. Those with healthy immune systems may manifest enlarged lymph nodes in the head and neck, headache, mild illness with fever, sore throat, and muscle pain. Confusion, fever, headache, retinal inflammation causing blurred vision, and seizures may be found among immunosuppressed persons. (Learn more→)

25. Shulman-Upshaw
In the initial stage, symptoms of Shulman-upshaw syndrome start with malaise, headache, fever and sometimes diarrhea. As the condition leads to a more advanced stage, clots begin to form within blood vessels leading to the consumption of the platelets. This will then result to noticeable bruises and in rare cases spontaneous bleeding may occur. The most common site of bleeding is from the gums or nose. Bruises will take the form of purpura; large bruises may also develop known as ecchymoses. Other indicative symptoms of Shulman-upshaw syndrome include (Learn more→)

26. essential
Commonly HPN is an asymptomatic disorder. Blood pressure measurement is the only sign that indicates if a person is hypertensive. Some patients also shows headache, fatigue, vertigo, blurred vision, tinnitus, anxiety and irritability. Late stage of HPN also called as malignant hypertension or accelerated hypertension with the symptoms of headache and blurred vision associated with somnolence, confusion, and visual disturbances. (Learn more→)

27. Headache
Symptoms of a common attack last for about 15 minutes and can last for 3 hours. Headaches are severe, of piercing quality. The headaches are usually unilateral, although in some cases there is side-shifting, but in rare cases the headaches are bilateral. The pain is described as excruciating and burning. Other symptoms include drooping eyelids, tearing, red-eye, runny nose, sweating, and facial blushing. Sufferers also are typically restless, as they tend to move about frequently to soothe themselves of the pain. Sufferers also tend to avoid loud noise and bright light during periods of attack. (Learn more→)

28. Headache
Symptoms of a common attack last for about 15 minutes and can last for 3 hours. Headaches are severe, of piercing quality. The headaches are usually unilateral, although in some cases there is side-shifting, but in rare cases the headaches are bilateral. The pain is described as excruciating and burning. Other symptoms include drooping eyelids, tearing, red-eye, runny nose, sweating, and facial blushing. Sufferers also are typically restless, as they tend to move about frequently to soothe themselves of the pain. Sufferers also tend to avoid loud noise and bright light during periods of attack. (Learn more→)

29. Relapsing
Sudden occurrence of fever Rigors Neck stiffness and headache Nausea Vomiting Myalgia (muscle aches) Arthralgia (joint aches) Bleeding Seizures/fits Unsteady gait Face is drooping Coma Weakness (Learn more→)

30. Acute
The skin lesions is the primary and most obvious sign of this medical condition. The bumps, which are also called plaques can grow to a centimeter in diameter or even larger, and often appear on the neck, back, face and arms. Another indicators include pink eye (conjunctivitis), fatigue, moderate to high fever, headache and aching joints and mouth ulcers. (Learn more→)

31. Muscle
Muscle contraction headache is described as a steady, continuous pain felt on both sides of the head. This headache is usually comparable to a tight band around the head or a sensation that both head and neck are wrapped in a cast. Muscle contraction headache usually occurs alongside these symptoms (Learn more→)

32. Headache
Symptoms of a sinus headache include pain or pressure around the eyes, cheeks and forehead; tender skin and bones over and under the eyes; and pain when bending over, during jarring movements or blowing of the nose. (Learn more→)

33. Basilar
Headache Headache is often followed by symptoms such as (Learn more→)

34. Cluster
Attacks begin abruptly and lass about fifteen minutes to three hours. It can start with itching nostril or watery nostril discharge. Severe pain on same side of one's head follows, spreading around eye area. After attacks, eyelid on same side of headache droops, and pupil constricts. Recurring headaches several times each week. (Learn more→)

35. Headache
Spinal headaches differ in intensity from mild to incapacitating. The pain usually gets worse when one sits up or stands and decreases or goes away when lying down. Spinal headaches are often accompanied by (Learn more→)

36. Headache
Thunderclap headaches are dramatic since the pain strikes suddenly and severely. Some people describe the pain as the worst headache they've ever had. The pain peaks within a minute and usually lasts several hours - although some thunderclap headaches may linger for up to 10 days. (Learn more→)

37. Headache
Ice cream headaches lead to sharp, stabbing pain in the forehead. The pain typically peaks about 30 to 60 seconds after it begins. Ice cream headaches seldom last longer than a minute or two. (Learn more→)

38. Headache
There are two kinds of sex headaches. The most common variety gives no warning and hapens within a few seconds of an orgasm. Pain is typically described as throbbing or stabbing. The other variety of sex headache often starts as a dull ache on both sides of the head and builds gradually over a matter of minutes before an orgasm, typically intensifying as sexual excitement increases. Most sex headaches last only a few minutes. Others may persist for a few hours. Many people who have sex headaches will go through them in clusters for a few months, and then go for more than a year without any sex headaches. (Learn more→)

39. Intracranial
The classic symptom is severe headache when upright, which is relieved when lying flat. While other symptoms can include nausea, vomiting, double vision and difficulty with concentration. (Learn more→)

40. Occipital
Occipital neuralgia usually manifests as a non-localized headache that usually follows a "ram's horn" pattern on the outside area of the head, commonly starting in the base of the skull or the upper neck. The pain, which has been compared to the sensation of an electric shock, may occur in only one side of the brain or in both sides. Other symptoms of occipital neuralgia are (Learn more→)

41. Chronic
The signs and symptoms of the condition depend on the specific type. Chronic migraine may be affected with moderate to sever pulsating or throbbing pain on one side of the head, which may also include nausea or vomiting, sensitivity to light and sound. Chronic tension-type headache hurts both sides of the head. (Learn more→)

42. Typhus
Symptoms for Epidemic typhus include severe headache, a sustained high fever, cough, rashes, severe muscle pain, chills, decreasing blood pressure, stupor, sensitivity to light, and delirium. Rashes usually begin on the chest about five days after the fever appears. It then spreads to the trunk and extremities but does not reach the palms and soles. Fever may reach up to 39░C (102░F). Endemic typhus meanwhile has the following symptoms (Learn more→)

43. Japanese
Japanese Encephalitis infections tend to be asymptomatic during the incubation period. On the other hand, several obvious manifestations appear during mild infections. On the onset of encephalitis, fever, malaise, and headache are apparent. Inflexibility of the neck, cachexia, paralysis on one side of the body (hemiparesis), convulsion, and extremely high fever are noticeable when the disease progress to the acute stage. (Learn more→)

44. Headaches
This kind of headache usually wakes a child from sleep, occur with nausea during mornings, and grow worse as days pass by. Children also develop personality disorders due to the pain. (Learn more→)

45. Pseudomotor
Among the symptoms of pseudomotor cerebri are severe headache, brief blindness, and dimmed vision. The symptoms may get worse during physical activity. Vomiting and nausea may also occur. (Learn more→)

46. St.
St. Louis encephalitis causes fever and headache. A more severe infection may exhibit symptoms such as high fever, headache, neck stiffness, disorientation, tremors, occasional convulsions, coma, and spastic paralysis. (Learn more→)

47. Western
Symptoms may vary from one person to another. A person affect by the infection may suffer mild illness accompanied with headache and sometimes fever. For people affected with severe cases of the infection a sudden high fever, headache, drowsiness, nausea and vomiting and weakness are observed. (Learn more→)

48. Pulmonary
Among the symptoms of pulmonary edema of mountaineers are a light feeling, severe dizziness and resistance to pain relievers, headache, difficulty in breathing, nausea, loss of appetite, vomiting and insomnia. (Learn more→)

49. Neurasthenia
* Persistent and intermittent fatigue * Tiredness * Weakness * Depression * Exhaustion * Headache * Tender lymph nodes * Muscle aches * Joint aches * Inability to concentrate * Short-term memory loss * Sleep problems * Chest pain * Rapid heartbeat * Irregular heartbeat * Anxiety * Impotence * Cold or clammy hands * Rapid breathing * Dizziness or even faintness * Unusual sweating * Sore throat * Hyperactive tendon reflexes * Urinary retention or excessive holding of urine in the body * Abnormal lymphocytes * Visual disturbances * Pins and needles sensation (Learn more→)

50. Rebound
Rebound headaches usually occur daily and persist all through the day, with the worse pain at the start of a headache as the medication wears off. Other symptoms include anxiety, nausea, memory problems, depression, and trouble sleeping. (Learn more→)

51. Chinese
Apart from the common pains mentioned above, people with Chinese restaurant syndrome also suffer from more serious symptoms such as chest pains, palpitations and swelling of the throat. However, CRS can be treated by consuming sufficient amount of Vitamin B6. (Learn more→)

52. Headache
Tension-type headache pain is generally described as a constant pressure, as if the head were being squeezed in a vise. The pain is usually bilateral which means it is present on both sides of the head at once. Tension-type headache pain is often mild to moderate, but may be severe. (Learn more→)

53. Hemmorhagic
Symptoms of VHF's include bleeding disorders, fever, and in extreme cases, high fever, shock, and even death. Other symptoms include chest and face flushes, edema, malaise, hypotension, headache, myalgias, diarrhea, and vomiting. (Learn more→)

54. Toxoplasmosis
Thought most primary infections produce no symptoms; the disease can affect the brain, lung, heart, eyes, or liver. Those with healthy immune systems may manifest enlarged lymph nodes in the head and neck, headache, mild illness with fever, sore throat, and muscle pain. Confusion, fever, headache, retinal inflammation causing blurred vision, and seizures may be found among immunosuppressed persons. (Learn more→)

55. Shulman-Upshaw
In the initial stage, symptoms of Shulman-upshaw syndrome start with malaise, headache, fever and sometimes diarrhea. As the condition leads to a more advanced stage, clots begin to form within blood vessels leading to the consumption of the platelets. This will then result to noticeable bruises and in rare cases spontaneous bleeding may occur. The most common site of bleeding is from the gums or nose. Bruises will take the form of purpura; large bruises may also develop known as ecchymoses. Other indicative symptoms of Shulman-upshaw syndrome include (Learn more→)

56. essential
Commonly HPN is an asymptomatic disorder. Blood pressure measurement is the only sign that indicates if a person is hypertensive. Some patients also shows headache, fatigue, vertigo, blurred vision, tinnitus, anxiety and irritability. Late stage of HPN also called as malignant hypertension or accelerated hypertension with the symptoms of headache and blurred vision associated with somnolence, confusion, and visual disturbances. (Learn more→)

57. Headache
Symptoms of a common attack last for about 15 minutes and can last for 3 hours. Headaches are severe, of piercing quality. The headaches are usually unilateral, although in some cases there is side-shifting, but in rare cases the headaches are bilateral. The pain is described as excruciating and burning. Other symptoms include drooping eyelids, tearing, red-eye, runny nose, sweating, and facial blushing. Sufferers also are typically restless, as they tend to move about frequently to soothe themselves of the pain. Sufferers also tend to avoid loud noise and bright light during periods of attack. (Learn more→)

58. Headache
Symptoms of a common attack last for about 15 minutes and can last for 3 hours. Headaches are severe, of piercing quality. The headaches are usually unilateral, although in some cases there is side-shifting, but in rare cases the headaches are bilateral. The pain is described as excruciating and burning. Other symptoms include drooping eyelids, tearing, red-eye, runny nose, sweating, and facial blushing. Sufferers also are typically restless, as they tend to move about frequently to soothe themselves of the pain. Sufferers also tend to avoid loud noise and bright light during periods of attack. (Learn more→)

59. Relapsing
Sudden occurrence of fever Rigors Neck stiffness and headache Nausea Vomiting Myalgia (muscle aches) Arthralgia (joint aches) Bleeding Seizures/fits Unsteady gait Face is drooping Coma Weakness (Learn more→)

60. Acute
The skin lesions is the primary and most obvious sign of this medical condition. The bumps, which are also called plaques can grow to a centimeter in diameter or even larger, and often appear on the neck, back, face and arms. Another indicators include pink eye (conjunctivitis), fatigue, moderate to high fever, headache and aching joints and mouth ulcers. (Learn more→)