Pain on the left side of the head is generally caused by a type of headache, according to Mayo Clinic and WebMD. People who experience the pain formore than 15 days a month for several months in a row are considered to h... More »

Cluster headaches and migraines sometimes occur on the left side of the head, according to Harvard Health Publications. It is possible for a sinus headache to be on one side, Michigan Headache & Neurological Institute st... More »

Pain in the left side of the head around the ear is often associated with vascular headaches, mastoiditis and stress in the joints of the neck, according to Sportsinjuryclinic.net, MedlinePlus and Dr. Raeburn Forbes of S... More »

To relieve pain in the left side of the abdomen, patients should drink fluids to prevent dehydration, rest to reduce pain, and eat small meals instead of large ones to help the digestive system process small amounts of f... More »

Back pain on the lower left side indicates anything from an injury to pressure on the nerve roots, says WebMD. In rare cases, lower back pain is a sign of ankylosing spondylitis, bacterial infection or spinal tumors. Pro... More »

Causes of pain on the left side of the stomach include cancer, diverticulitis, kidney infection and a ruptured spleen, according to Mayo Clinic. Kidney stones, shingles, gastritis, intestinal obstruction and appendicitis... More »

Some of the causes of a stabbing pain in your left side could include fibromyalgia, acute pericarditis or an oncoming heart attack, according to WebMD. Since the heart is located on the left side of the body, a stabbing ... More »