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    Throbbing on one spot of head

    I have been having throbbing on one spot of my head on the left. It's not painful nor do I have sensitivity on my scalp. It happened three months ago and again a couple of times recently. I did have urine retention a year ago and I had an MRI of my head, so I'm not worried about tumours. But should I be worried it may be a blood vessel about to burst in my head? They didn't do contrast so don't know if it would show up on the previous MRI.
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    The HealthShare Medical Team is led by our in-house General Practitioner and assists with providing medical advice. View Profile

    If you are having throbbing in your head, it could be from a number of causes. It is reassuring you had a normal brain MRI. However, if you are having ongoing symptoms, please go back and see your doctor, as they may want to do more tests.

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