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Ache At Back Of Head
A range of things: If it doesn‘t go away after a few days, you should see your doctor to help figure out what it could be. ...Read more
Warm compresses: Try warm compresses at the back of the neck for 10-12 minutes about 3 times daily. You can try tylenol (acetaminophen) or advil with or without tea. If it is a dull head pain in the back of the head, you probably have a tension type headache. If the nature of the pain is different, or if you have any associated symptoms, it might be a different kind of headache. Consult your pcp. ...Read more
I have a dull ache at back of head and neck on left side when i move my head what could it be? Thanks
Muscular: Sounds muscular but without examining hard to be sure. ...Read more
Have dull ache in back of head near base of neck, feel a bit of pressure there too,hyperventilating, idea ?
How is your stress?: If stress is a factor this could be the cause of all of this especially if you are hyperventilating. The headache, the pain in the base of the neck and the pressure sounds like a stress reaction. Examine your health history and take stock of yourself. Too much caffeine? See your doc and get better answers. ...Read more
Is it heard of to feel small needle-like aches in back of head after burping , or is it stress? I have been stressed lately . Nothing aches now
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Hi have bump on forehead from clumsy incident , also deal with tmj, wondering why there's a dull ache near back of head ..is it bump or tmj ? :/
Evaluation: Professional evaluation and possible CT necessary to properly evaluate ...Read more
During part of sex, tensed up , over thinking then ,felt dull ache in back of head above ear , ear feels full. Not sure if anxiety or something else?
Grinding teeth (anxious) & had to cough , when I did , felt dull ache in back of head . How could I relieve the ache? Massage ?
Teeth grinding: Grinding can wear teeth flat, fracture them, damage the bone that supports the teeth, and damage jaw joints. Talk to you Dentist about occlusal orthotic, heat, relaxation exercises, evaluation of your occlusion. muscle relaxants, massage therapy, and referral to a therapist for your anxiety. ...Read more