I have had a headache for 7 days. I never, ever get headaches what's wrong with me?
The advice given to people with a headache that last longer than is considered "usual" is to see a doctor. Needless to say, that's an awful long time to have a headache, and - really - you should see a doctor. It could possibly be something as "minor" as sinus problems or making a habit of sleeping with your neck "funny", but it isn't something to ignore.
check with ur doctor..7 days is long time ...dont ignore it and go to a doctor...
Definitely get it checked out, but I just wanted to add that several of my family have recently had a viral infection that caused splitting headaches for 2-3 weeks. I've just got over it and it was awful!
Do not ask about your conditon. See your physician immediately.
you're probably suffering from migraine headache. Check with your doctor to know what exactly is wrong.
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