Hello.I'm 25 white male. I have no history of any illness. I was having some problems with my anxiety about 4 weeks ago. I was worried and stressed daily. Stress is over for now. Only thing that bothers me now is my headache.I don't remember when exactly it started, probably 3 weeks ago when I was still worried sick. First it was sharp pain on top on my head and it was giving me dizziness. And after that I started to feel different kind of pain. It was pulsating one. It was changing spots from one side of my head to another. Now in the end of the week pain got less severe, it became dull and bit different.Now sometimes I get stiff neck for couple seconds. It comes like a cramp or a spasm and it goes away, but pain moves upwards and goes to side of my head and starts it's journey. Usually I feel pressure in my nose and if I concentrate I can feel as air or something that causes pressure goes through tubes behind my nose and then it's gone. Sometimes I feel pressure on my cheeks or above my eye. But I have no fever and my nose isn't runny so I doubt it's sinusitis.In the mornings I don't feel the pain. Just strange feeling on top of my head on the right side. There is like a spot on my head that feels strange like someone is pulling my hair. Pain only appears after an hour when I wake up. And it's light in the start of the day. I go to sleep with an headache I wake up without it.When I shake my head it doesn't hurt. When I lift heavy stuff I don't feel any changes too.My symptoms are mixed up like I'm having 3 different headache types.And two days ago I started getting pins and needles. On my arms, legs, back and on my face.. Should I be concerned?Can it be brain tumor? I have some red flags about changing pattern and dizziness and chronic pain, but in same time I never had a seizure, vomiting, and cognitive impairment. But I've spoken with person who had BT and she only experienced pain and not these symptoms.I don't really know what to think of this.Thanks for Your answers!
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