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Unhappy WHAT COULD IT BE??? - May 20th 2012, 11:37 PM

I have had frequents slight headaches for days but when I take Aleve the pain stops. Also my eyes and my ears hurt. I listen to music very loud and I'm always on my phone or laptop, especially in the dark. My parents say that I'm just stressing my eyes and I keep listening to music too loud. I am afraid it may be something like a brain tumor and I am now very paranoid. I don't know what it is? Now my head hurts when I lay on my head a tiny bit. I AM VERY SCARED!!!! PLEASE HELP!!!! My parents won't take me to the doctor because they think I will take them up there for nothing.

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Re: WHAT COULD IT BE??? - May 21st 2012, 01:58 AM

Chances are it is not a brain tumour because the pain would occur regardless if you listened to music at a lower volume or used your laptop and phone in well-lit areas. A simple Aleve probably would not be of much use either. To experiment, why not use your laptop and phone in well-lit areas and listen to less music at a lower volume? You may not want to hear this but I agree with your parents and any doctor would tell you that the way you interact with technology is doing harm regardless if you have a brain tumour.


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Yeah I also asked on yahoo answers and they said the same thing about it's extremely unlikely to be a brain tumor. After I got some rest my head stopped hurting and I think it has something to do with the lighting from my technology and the sound of my music so I'm not gonna use my technology for A WEEK! I just have to find other things to do with my friends I guess. THANK YOU!!!!
   
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Re: WHAT COULD IT BE??? - May 21st 2012, 04:39 AM

I believe it's a tension headache because I looked it up and that what it seems like.
   
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