ANSWERS: 10
  • No, do you want me to call 911 for you? Are you alright? Why don't you check in somewhere, seriously?
  • hey, go the ER at the nearest hospital, tumors are doing to kid about.
  • Do a search for Neuralgia. "Neuralgia is defined as an intense burning or stabbing pain caused by irritation of or damage to a nerve. The pain is usually brief but may be severe. It often feels as if it is shooting along the course of the affected nerve." I have had a form of it for 40 years. Hurts like hell! A doctor's visit would probably be a good idea though. This kind of pain could be several things . . . many with cures.
  • Do NOT to to the ER. Hospital are over run with people going for problems they should see a doctor for. This makes the people who are moments from death have to wait in line. If you have a pain that is on and off call your doctor or clinic and make an appointment. Don't push off signs of illness until its to late. The longer people wait the more of a chance there is irreversible damage. The trick in all medical is to catch it early, the only way for a doctor to do that is if you LET THEM KNOW. IF your not sure if you need a hospital or a doctor, call your doctor, call the hospital, call 911 even and ask. When the EMS comes they look you over real fast and ask if you want to go to the hospital. Simply ask, do you think I need to or should I just call my doctor tomorrow. Your not bleeding, your not in constant uncontrollable pain, call your doctor. If you get a large fever, the chills, sweat uncontrollably, your vision gets blurry, or you get numb or strong shooting pains in your arms, legs, chest or ribs... then go to the ER.
  • I am concerned that someone who sounds like he's a doctor has said to "call 911, have EMS look you over and ask if you should go to the ER or wait to see your doctor." Very obviously someone who is not familiar with the constraints on the 911 system and the ability to give medical advice. If any EMS provider ever tells you that you don't have to go to the ER, they're putting you, them and their agency in danger. The answer should always be "if you were worried enough to call us, you should go to the ER." EMS providers are NOT doctors and do NOT operate rolling clinics!
  • You have probably have got something in your eye. Go to the doctor and tell put a UV drop in your eye and hold a black light over is to see if theres any foriegn objects lurking in there... has happened to me before :o)
  • I'm not one to go running to the Doc, but if you have had it for a few months I would defiantly have it checked out by a pro.
  • I have this pain and it is driving me crazy. I have been diagnosed with trigeminal neuralgia, however, I am not happy with treatment or the answers that I get when I complain about this pain. I also have pain near my the external ear region. I have been to oral surgeons, tmj doctors, ear, nose throat specialist. It is time for me to have another mri. Something has to been done soon, I can't take the pain, I have been having this pain for nine years, it goes away then comes back unbearable.
  • It might be cluster headache, but I echo the opinion that you should have it checked out by your doctor.
  • I am experiencing the same thing right now. Have you been to a doctor? What did they say?

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