Can "I am having a bad headache" be a substitute ...

MeyaN

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Can "I am having a bad headache" be a substitute for "I am suffering from a bad head ache"?

Should it be "I have a bad headache"?

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All three versions are possible. I prefer No.1.
 

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I prefer No. 3.
 

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"I have a bad headache" is the most common and natural way of expressing a current state of health.
 
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