Are headaches the result of neck and/or head injury?

Headaches. Headaches have a multitude of causes and certainly may be associated with head and neck muscle strains. Taking nsaids as Ibuprofen may be helpful and decrease the severity of ha, if these continue evaluation by a medical providers is important.
Yes. Some head and neck injuries do result in headaches; these can range from mild to severe headaches. If it is a severe headache with or without other symptoms, contact your pcp. If you just sustained the injury, depending on the severity, you might even want to go to the er.
Can be but... There are many types of headaches and many causes. Head/neck injuries can be a major cause, but not the only cause.

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Headache in different spots-behind eyes, above temple, in back/down back of neck. Had 2CTscans recent for head injury. Would they have seen a tumor?

Concussion. Some people may have a post-concussive/traumatic headache. If the headache is accompanied by other symptoms (tinnitus, difficulty concentrating, irritability) then you might have post-concussion syndrome. Improvement in symptoms is based on many factors including severity and location of the concussion. See a neurologist for evaluation. http://www.webmd.com/brain/post-concussion-syndrome. Read more...

Is it normal to have headache after a head injury?

Yes. It is normal to have a headache after a head injury. But there are several things you need to keep track of. It is not normal for your child to have several episodes of vomiting or loss of consciousness after a head injury. Other worrisome signs after a head injury include seizures, irritability, changes in vision or changes in behavior. Read more...
No. Assuming we are talking about a less than one year old, no it is not. After a few minutes of crying, most children settle down and act as if nothing happened. They might be tender if there is a bump, but if they are acting as if they have a headache, the child needs to be seen right away. Read more...
Absolutely. This is one of the most common symptoms. See a doctor right away if the headaches are getting worse over time. Other symptoms include memory loss, some personality change and dizziness. Read more...

My daughter us still getting headaches from her head injury january 21st is that normal?

Not necessarily. I would be concerned for any persistence of headaches more than 2 weeks from a head trauma. Time for a re-evaluation. It may have stirred up another form of chronic headache problem & reviewing the history /exam & possible trigger factors would be appropriate. Read more...

Is it normal to have really bad headaches as long as 7 years after a major head injury?

Yes. Severe head injury is frequently associated with chronic headaches. Is long as there is no structural cause seen on head ct, there is little that can be done for these problems. Read more...

Head injury in 2004 coma a month headaches and getting worse lossing memory again a forgot my french language and cant remember what I book I opend?

You'll need an eval. Though it seems a "no brainer" l to tie these unnerviing events to the head injury you had in 2004, many other factors could be at the heart of your current picture which are unrelated. Unless French is your native tongue-relax- I got Straight A's in French during High School & College but now only recall "Mama? Nous Mangeons au restaurant ce soir?" Pretty sad, huh? And no head trauma here. Read more...
See your MD. It may be nothing more than stress but you deserve a check up by a neurologist. Read more...
Re-evaluate. Recurrence of symptoms and deterioration 12 yrs after the head injury, has little if any relationship to the prior event and must be fully evaluated as several problems could be emerging. Since you had prior problems, minor issues could impact you more severely, and perhaps simple intervention could reverse. Tell your doctor. Read more...

How to treat swollen neck glands from a head injury?

NOT RELATED. Swollen glands are not related to head injury head injury can not cause swollen glands, if you have swollen glands you should see your doctor to find the cause and proper treatment. Read more...