A headache caused by typhoid fever can be a nasty one. Often felt in the frontal part of the head, it can start as a dull pain, but then come on suddenly and be quite painful. Medications such as paracetamol will help temporarily, but as the actual disease is not being treated, only the headache and inflammation, the pain will return. It is easy to put a headache down to stress or dehydration or overwork, but when linked to typhoid fever the symptom it is a certain indicator of the disease and should be mentioned to your health professional when listed other symptoms.
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