hello doctor,I am a 13 year old boy and for the last 9 months i have had head pain. The pains come and go. The first 3 months i had explosive electrical shock feeling head pains and i got feelings on my head and body of things crawling around like thousands of things crawling for a few seconds and it traveled down and went away. I also got weird stabing pains in the head and pressure on the forehead. I get a fire feeling on the back of my head not often. just got that a month ago. i now get eye pain in m left eye like a knife pain sometimes and on the left side of my head. Now i get pains on the left side of my head usually. Today i started to run around the house and my left part of the head on the forehead started to throb at movements and it hurt. If i shake my head the left part of my head and forehead hurt. And when i stare at my phone for a long time and look up i see squigly lines for about 3 seconds. I have already gotten an MRI - Normal.They say b'cause puberty. please help.View Thread
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