I have pretty much abandoned other forums I went to and I think this might be the appropriate place to ask such things. I suffer from migraines fairly regularly. They usually get to the point that I vomit and such. Light hurts, sound hurts, breathing hurts, and everything is so hot and nasty feeling. It's a horrible experience. But I only have headaches on one side of my head--front left--always front left. It's never "all over" or in the back (or even on the right side at all). I can recall having headaches when I was in kindergarten. My mother would give me chewable children's aspirin that were pink and I'd go to sleep--wake up in the morning and it'd be gone. The first migraine I had (to where I vomited) was around 5th grade. To my recollection, all of these headaches were in the same area as they are now. (Additional crap: Headaches are usually caused by stress but I remember that 6th, 7th, and 8th grade I took ibeprofin almost daily. I would come home from school with a headache almost every day and would have to take one. I don't feel that I was under great amounts of stress of anything. These headaches were also located in the front left.) My real question is: Is this normal? For every headache one has to be located in the same exact area of the brain just sounds weird to me? Should I talk with a doctor about this? Is this a sign of anything else that I should check into? Just curious :tongue: Not worried or anything.