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    (Original post by sconzey)
    Awful headaches can be caused by any number of things. You should be having this conversation with your GP...

    That said, depending on what kind of headache you're getting, it could be stress, eye-strain, or a neurotransmitter imbalance in your brain.

    :P Go to the doctor!
    the headache feels as if its coming from the back of my head..and coming towards my forehead...i dont really feel strain on my eyes just it makes me feel really tired and worn out
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    I went for about 4 or 5 months with almost permanent headaches, tried everything, ended up taking co-codamol and ibruprofen together to try and get rid of them, but that still didn't work. then they just disappeared over about 3 days.. no change in anything!

    Got headaches again at the moment, but that's just because I need new glasses, so hopefully will be solved in about a week (or 2, by the time my eyes adjust to them).

    Where is the pain, if it's on your forehead or around the eyes, then it could well be due to your eyes - but if the worst pain is nearer the back as such, then not so likely.
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    ooo ok yea it is bizarre...il go to the doctors and see what they say..personally it doesnt feel like its something to do with my eyes as the pains coming from the back of my head
 
 
 
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