Pain in back right side of my head?

How bad? Headaches are very non specific. One sided pain could be due to migraine or sinusitis. Stress or cluster type of headaches. If you have a very bad headache, then that could be originating from brain and needs urgent evaluation.

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There's a sharp pain on the back, right side of my head and my right ear. It started 3 days ago. The pain comes and goes. What may cause this pain?

Lymph or trigger pt. This can be common with trigger points in the neck and shoulder muscles. Or a lymph node is swollen and pressing on nerves. See if it gets better or worse when you press on different areas around your neck on the back and side of it. Read more...

I have pain in the back right side of my head as if I pulled a muscle or bruised it some how what do you think this is? Thanks

Possibly "referred" In the absence of any known trauma to the area, it is probably a referred pain from another structure in the head or neck. Headaches are common but this is atypical and would require a more thorough history and exam. Some thongs to consider: muscle pain from temporomandibular disorder (TMD) results from the fatigue in your jaw muscles from bruxism. Read more...

36 weeks pregnant all of a sudden having severe pain in the back right side of my head. It is tender to touch in one particular area. Preeclampsia neg?

One sided. head pain (occipital) UNLIKELY due to blood pressure etc and more likely a pinched nerve in the neck! Try sleeping flat (or just ONE pillow). Try applying heat to the back of your head/neck Hope this helps! Dr Z. Read more...
Hard to say. if u took a tylenol (acetaminophen) and pain is not gone and you see spots in your vision you should see a doctor right away, make sure the baby stays active. if movements slow down notify your doctor. Read more...

Ii have nausea after eating, pain in right pelvic/leg, bleeding after sex, pain in my back, right side of my head hurts, right buttocks feel funny. Wh?

See a Diagnostician. Your variety of symptoms suggests that you need a comprehensive evaluation. I would see an internist or other primary care doctor to get to the source of your many problems. Also, many somatic (body) complaints can be caused by underlying stress and anxiety, so you should look into that as well. Read more...
Too many issues. This sounds like too many different symptoms. I don't think they're all caused by one condition. Although a mental disorder like depression could play a factor. See your doctor for a thorough evaluation. Read more...