Hi I have been experiencing slight headaches in spots on my head they are very bearable. Sometimes more intense then others. But mostly just a alight throb then it stops and starts in another spot. Top, back, and right side of my head. I'm not sure if its allergies, my eyes, or a brain tumour! Week. Im not health insured so I can't go to the doc at the moment! Help. I need to ease this running scared mind if mine, Desire.
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Published On: January 11, 2012