Mild Headache (cont.)
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Mild Headache Symptoms
Mild headache symptoms are unlikely to need immediate medical attention. These symptoms include mild head pain that is aching, squeezing, or band-like, on both sides of the head, generally above the level of the eyebrows.
These headaches can occur often and may appear at predictable times. People who have these types of mild headache often know the triggers and symptoms of their headaches because the pattern repeats itself for each episode.
Common headache types include the following:
Medically Reviewed by a Doctor on 6/24/2015
Mark Langdorf, MD
Aaron Bright, MD
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