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What are some causes of a slight headache that lasts for 4 days?

What are some causes of a slight headache that lasts for 4 days?
I’ve been having this very slight headache for the past 4 days, i am wondering what could the causes be for this. And also can STD’s or UTI’s cause this?

There are losts of good answers, but the best answer:

Answer by Frankenstein’s Punguin
Any chronic pain related to your head may be serious. You should see a doctor instead of asking us.

There are just too many possibilities.

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  1. Ivy

    Have you been eating or drinking anything or chewing a new gum for the past four days? It could be a reaction to aspartame or sucrolose (also called “splenda”). I know it sounds strange, but those two food additives are complained about more than most to the FDA, and headaches are number ONE on the list of complaints. I know I always get a headache if I have any, even just a tiny sip of diet soda.
    They are in foods like diet foods, nearly every gum, and are hidden in a LOT of foods, too (foods that aren’t marked as ‘diet’). Try reading ingredients and avoid the following – aspartame, aspar-tame, aspartic acid, sucrolose (not sucrose, sucrose is okay), splenda and sweet-n-low. If the headaches go away, you’ll know it was because of the artificial sweeteners!
    Also, I recommend the book “Sweet Deception” by Joseph Mercola, which details what artificial sweeteners do, how to avoid them and how the FDA knew they were poisonous, but approved them anyway, to make a profit.

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