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5 Day Headache Neck Pain
Every day very bad neck pain that I can't even hold my phone and headache that does not let me sleep, how can I cure this?
The medical term is cephalalgia. It is a feeling of pain that can occur on either both sides or just one side of the head or neck. Headaches can be sharp, dull, or throbbing, and can radiate to different areas of the head. They typically last less than an hour but can ...Read more
My 19 year old son has a headache and sudden onset of neck pain. Woke this morning w/ mild neck pain increasing throughout the day. Need 2 worrry?
Maybe: I would take him to his pediatrician or primary care doctor. Is he in college? Sometimes this is the first presentation of meningitis, which can be serious. Usually this progresses rapidly to cause fever, headaches, and neck stiffness and pain. It can be bacterial or viral. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Currently tampering lorazepam 1mg slowly after 6month of use. Started to get frontal headache and neck pain. Anything I can take during day time?
Consult your doctor: I strongly recommended that you go in to see the doctor who is prescribing this medication for you to guide you through these symptoms, it could be dangerous to not inform your doctor of your progress. He/she will be able to evaluate you, check your vital signs, and then decide on the best course of treatment, or any alternative medication (if needed) based on your evaluation. ...Read more
.5 clonazapam 4 times a day and 350mg tramadol seem to keep my neck pain and tension headaches away. Is this a appropriate mix to stay lond term?
Not really: The problem with pain meds is that people develop tolerance and need more, or depend on the medication to do all of the work. Tension requires understanding it's cause. And meditation is and excellent treatment for pain. It is ok to take pain meds when you need them. But try to see them as short term treatments. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
My teen came home from school on thur with bad headache all day, then fever and chills like flu, today he threw up and has chest pain and neck pain?
What do you suggest if I have been having mild headaches with neck pain accompained with back pain, ill feeling and weakness for 3 day?
What does it mean when you have a headache on top of the head and forehead everyday all day and bad neck pain? Stress & don't work out enough
Other reason: High cervical disc displacements, such as c34, can give headaches that radiate from back of neck over the top of head. Mri of the cervical spine will answer this question. Stress can also reside in neck but usually give bifrontal headaches from wincing and overuse of the frontalis muscle. These are called tension headaches. ...Read more
I've had a stiff neck & pain a few months now, every day. Also causes headaches. I've tried stretching, ice, heat, Robaxin. What else should I do?
Can neck pain cause headaches and facial pain? No TMJ per oral surgeons diagnosis. Headaches are short lived but come and go all day.
Constant headaches every day for 2-3 months temple area alternates between left & right side (temple) neck pain (tightening) in top right back of neck?
Temporal headaches.: Any visual changes (1 or both eyes) like blurry or complete temporary loss of vision, scalp tenderness (when you lay your head on pillow or comb your hair), jaw pain while chewing or when mouth is open wide? Any fever or unexplained weight loss over the past 2-3 months? Visual changes is the biggest isssue warrant immediate medical attention in your local ER or UCC. To prevent permanent deficits. ...Read more
Mild headache on left brow region for 1 month. Comes and goes through out the day. Worst in the morning. With clogged nose and left neck pain. Causes?
I have neck pain and stiffness, tingling in shoulders and headaches every day. It's relieved while sleeping and returns when I get up the next morning?
Wednesday played soccer landed on my head, headache, felt sick, saw doc that day got sent home, now have neck pain, what should I do?
Concussion/whiplash: While a headache after a head injury isn't definitely a concussion, it should be treated as such until followed up by a qualified physician. Your neck pain is likely due to a strain from whiplash injury, which can also cause a concussion. Do not play any contact sports until you follow up with the physician that can clear you. ...Read more
I've always had neck pain and it will causes major headache, both on my right side of head only especially when I'm exhausted after a long day.?
Headaches every day for a while now. Usually towards the back and sides of my head and sometimes at the very top. Fullness in right ear and neck pain?
See details: Then see a doctor and have the issue evaluated. ...Read more
I am 16 weeks pregnant. I am working and studying for exams at the moment and sit at a desk the whole day. I have terrible neck pain and headaches (they feel like they are caused by tension). How can I treat it as Panado is not helping.?
Have neck pain and headache every day take high blood pressure medication could this be the medication that make my neck and head hurt every day this is being going on for over 1 month..
Neck pain, sleeping most of the day, no interest in eating/drinking, feel feverish, headaches, red rash not raised, blistered or open skin just skin is red rash, went away but now experiencing symptoms.
Meningitis: Is a potentially serious infection which commonly causes neck pain, fever, and headache; rash can be associated. The symptoms you describe warrant immediately evaluation, to ensure that there is nothing serious going on. I recommend immediate medical evaluation, consider going to Urgent Care or emergency room. Good luck! ...Read more
June 20 experienced sharp shooting pain on R side of neck below the base of the head. Ear pain/severe headache. Felt neck pain earlier in the day.
Carotid dissection: Is one cause of neck pain on one side of the neck that shouldn't be missed. It can cause a stroke, so if you can call your doctor for a carotid ultrasound (or go to the emergency room) as soon as possible. If there's a dissection, then antiplatelet or anticoagulant (often for 3 months) is treatment to lower your risk of stroke. If no dissection, likely nothing dangerous. ...Read more