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Is permanent sharp throbbing pain in one side of the head, neck and back pain and scalp sensitive to touch and painful symptoms of occipital neuralgia?

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Dr. Qamar Khan
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In brief: Yes and No

It could be occipital neuralgia, however neck and back pain are not typical symptoms.
I would suggest having your neck evaluated as well since many of those nerves can travel to both the neck, back and head to cause the symptoms you describe.

In brief: Yes and No

It could be occipital neuralgia, however neck and back pain are not typical symptoms.
I would suggest having your neck evaluated as well since many of those nerves can travel to both the neck, back and head to cause the symptoms you describe.
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