Have you seen a doctor specifically about your worsening head pressure when exercising? An examination by a medical professional with this added information may help with a diagnosis. Here is some information about exercise and headaches, which suggests evaluation by a doctor as the best course of action. Please let us know how you are doing!
Here is some information on migraine headache treatments that you may be interested in trying. It would be a good idea to make an appointment to see a doctor about these headaches as he/she is best qualified to determine what is causing them after an examination. Please let us know how you are doing!
Here is an overview of hemiplegic migraines that has a lot of good information I think you will find helpful to read through. Sporadic hemiplegic migraines means that you did not test positive for the genetic defects linked to these types of migraines and, therefore, in your case these are not inherited and it is unlikely you will pass them on to your children. I do not see anything about these only occurring in children -- you may want to ask the doctor to explain this in further detail. Please let us know how she is doing!
Unfortunately this is not one of our communities that features an expert. Many people here find support and advice from others who are suffering with migraines and headaches, and we try to share relevant information, research and the like. Is there a specific question or problem that you are seeking advice about? The Tips and Resources links to the left of this page are always great places to check for news and information on migraines and headaches.
Have you seen a doctor about this continuous headache to rule out any underlying medical conditions? Do you have any additional symptoms? This article has some information about when to call a doctor about your migraines or headaches that you may find helpful to review. I hope that you are able to find some relief soon.
Here is some information on tension headaches that you may find helpful, as well as these home treatments for headaches. Stress reducing techniques and those aimed at reducing muscle tension (especially those in the back of the neck and scalp) may also help to ease your headaches. I hope some of these remedies help!
This treatment overview for migraines contains a number different types of treatments that you might look into including medicines and stress reducing techniques. This article outlines more in depth some alternative treatments for migraines and headaches that you might find helpful. I hope that you find a treatment plan that works for you!
I found this information from the National Institute of Neurological Disorders that has a section on ice pick headaches. It says that they can happen as infrequently as once a year or as frequently as multiple times daily.
Have you ever seen a doctor for your headaches? They are most likely nothing to be concerned about, but as this Johns Hopkins piece says, these types of headaches can sometimes be stopped by an anti-inflammatory medication called indomethacin or the hormonal food supplement melatonin.
You might make an appointment with your doctor to get an assessment on your headaches and to see if one of the above treatments could help. The first link also mentions that ice pick headaches can sometimes be triggered by sudden movement, bright lights and emotional stress, so those are also things to keep in mind.