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Throbbing Headache in one particular point

The pain lasts just less than a second but it comes in intervals.
Also the area where the pain comes is tender to touch, it looks like a very small bump is there in the same place. What could this be?
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These might be ice pick headaches, or stabbing headaches.



Usually, these aren't serious, but since you have a lump and it's new for you, it's really important that you get it checked by your doctor to rule anything serious out. Don't hesitate in doing this.

Let us know what happens.

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