A 30-year-old man presents with a 12-month history of headaches. He describes it as severe and sudden onset around his right supraorbital and temporal region associated with watery eyes and a blocked nose. The attacks last about 1-2 hours, occurring daily for a week. He experiences this phenomenon every 3-4 months. In between the attacks he is asymptomatic.
The history of this patient suggest a diagnosis of:
A. Tension headache
B. Chronic glaucoma
D. Trigeminal neuralgia
E. Cluster headache