Pain on right side of head from base of neck to right eye, pain on right side of throat. No pain on waking up. Ideas.

Occipital neuralgia . involves the greater and lesser occipital nerves located in the back of the scalp and can produce neck pain as well as headache. The most common symptom is suboccipital pain radiating to the back of the head and occasionally down the back of the neck. This is treatable condition. Rec. see orofacial pain or pain management specialist. You can take Advil (ibuprofen) pm as needed. .
Urgent physician exa. The symptoms you describe and the location gives concern. You should see your physician ASAP. Many Urgent conditions can cause pain in this area. Temporal arteritis is one which would need prompt evaluation, diagnosis and treatment. Other possibilities are TMJ syndrome, peri oral cellulitis.

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