I've keep getting headaches and neck ache?

Common. People with neck problems (i.e. Bulging discs) frequently also describe headaches. The headaches is thought to be do to increased muscular tension from the neck itself. Rarely does this require surgery and would consider pt as a first treatment.
Chicken n egg. Hard 2 tell from question which came first, the neck ache or the headache. Cervical pain can trigger and turn into muscle tension type headache / even trigger migraines . Severe headache with stiff neck and anusea and vomiting can signal something more serious is going on and shuld be seen emergently. See a neurologst and get a correct diagnosis - that will lead to right treat treatment.

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How to deal with tension headaches and neck ache on that side?

First things first. If you are certain that your headaches are tension headaches, then the best treatment is to reduce the tension. Range of motion exercises, frequent positional changes, heat (and/or ice) and massage are often useful. Using over the counter medications no more than 3 times weekly may also be helpful. But more frequent usage, even of these otc drugs runs the risk of provoking chronic daily headaches. Read more...

I have a horrible headache and neck ache today. Is there anything I can do for it?

Sleep. You may have headache secondary to neck pain, but more likely this is a complex migraine event. However, if you possess a fever, and your neck is getting stiff, this is a risky problem and you should see a physician asap. Some pts with migraine can go to bed and sleep and awaken feeling far better. Read more...

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Dull headache and neck ache. Could it be meningitis?

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And I have a tension headache and back of the neck ache. How do I deal with this?

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Diagnose First. Pain on one side caused by spastic neck muscles (superior trapezium & levator scapulae). tendonitis where these muscles insert upon back of skull is painful.  my observation has been common unequal girth & mass of superior trapezium muscles from chronic unconscious head tilting (various causes). A neurologist's evaluation, massage biofeedback, etc., to treat. See chronic pain board on quora.Com. Read more...

Sinus pain, bad headache and neck ache, cause?

Midface Migraine. It is common for a migraine to be misdiagnosed. It is difficult to diagnose when pain is in a different location such as face, maxillary sinus, neck, upper teeth or jaw. The diagnosis can be elusive and results in a misdiagnosis of neuralgia, sinus headache or atypical facial pain. See otolaryngologist and headache specialist; one cause for a headache does not exclude the presence of another ha. Read more...

Would meningitis present with SEVERE headache and neck ache worsening for 6 days, no other symptoms though?

Possible, not likely. These symptoms would be more typical for meningitis if a fever was also present. Meningitis is not so likely without a fever, especially in a younger person. For someone with immune system suppression, a fever may not occur. Read more...