Ok well what you are describing is a type of migraine... however, if it is not a typical one for you then it should be checked... and soon.
Do you take medications for your migraines? Are you under any more stress than usual? Are you eating differently? Are you actually sick or have you been recently.. have you taken any new medications? Say for an infection...
If you get migraines on a regular basis... you must watch the medications you are given for anything else... they may set of some pretty severe ones.
Also make sure you are getting enough rest water and food... and the right foods... all of these things can trigger migraines in people.
As I said though... if you generally dont get those symptoms with your migraines I suggest you need to see your doctor. Every person gets different symptoms with their headaches... so it's difficult to tell what is what without a thorough exam.
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Temple pain can be due to high blood pressure. Headaches and pain in temple area can be due to loud music. Another possibility is migraine triggered by loud noise. Tension headaches due to stress too affect the temple area.
Temporal arteritis, internal ear infection, TMJ and tooth decay can all cause a temple pain.
Infection in the eye, glaucoma, near and far sightedness and sinusitis are the other causes.
Since you have dizziness and nausea, it can be TMJ and pinched nerve in the cervical spine region. Gastric reflux is another cause of headache and stomach issues.
Please consult your PCP for primary examination followed by proper referral.
Hope this helps. Take care!