The symptoms of ice pick headaches are stabbing pains in the head that appear and disappear suddenly. Often, they last about three seconds but can last up to a minute. These pains can move around the head. Ice pick headaches can occur once or numerous times in a day. People who experience other symptoms in addition to this shooting pain may be experiencing a different kind of headache.
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