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Have you monitored your blood pressure?
Lack of sleep?
Stress and anxiety?
Any other medical history?
Stuffy nose,clogged ear?
Do you wear spectacles?
Alcohol and smoking history?
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I understand your concern.
Well as you describe,such pain in the head region especially in the temple region can be caused by following causes including
Muscle tension type HA (headache)
Secondary to structural abnormalities in the brain
Secondary to temporal arteritis (inflammation of the artery in the temple area) etc
Initial phase of infection
High blood pressure.
First I recommend to monitor your BP for a safe side.
Second continue Ibuprofen alternately with Tylenol for next 2 days.
Your eye examination should be done to rule out refractive error in vision.
Also do gentle massage with muscle relaxant ointment on forehead,back of neck.
Cool compresses can be helpful.
Do deep breathing.
Hydrate yourself with plenty of fluids.
And if symptoms'll not improve over the time then see your doctor and undergo a thorough clinical evaluation & examination followed by any relevant investigations as necessary (for example a CT or MRI of the head, certain blood tests etc). If these investigations reveal the cause for the temple area pain then it will be treated appropriately.
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