Sore neck nausea headache

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I do not have any dizziness/vertigo/vomiting/nausea/upset stomach/muscle pain nothing but a sore throat, horrible headache, and stiff/hurting neck. I am 22, I have a 7 month old daughter, I am 115-120 Lbs 5'3 and there is cancer in my family, but all theirs was to do with smoking and I am a nonsmoker and so is my husband. Thanks so much. I can not see a doctor as I do not have insurance, do not qualify for state help, and have too much debt/bills to pay for on my own.
I know exactly where you are talking about and yes pushing on it will give me nausea and make the headache worse. My daughter's will stiffen up and really hurt her. I extended it too far and heard it pop. It hurt for days. My neurologist let me get a cervical MRI because I hadn't had one in years and I thought I had to have herniated a full cervical disc. I was positive it was so bad. My cervical discs were beautiful. I mean they could have been in a text book. It has to be muscle.
When I turn my head quickly the headache spreads for a second or two. The pain in my head is always on the top of my head. The back of my neck is always tense and sore and tingly. I don't feel stressed, only when these symptoms come on me. I just got over a bout of gout. I used to get a lot of ear infections because I used ear plugs at work which now I have switched to muffs.
The next day I felt lightheaded and nausea. Tuesday and Wed. I felt fine except for the headache. Then Yesterday at work I was giving a massage and got clammy, cold sweets, lightheaded and blacked out. I sit down and drank some water. later that night the vomiting came. Woke up this morning still with the headache. I Keep checking and I don't have a fever. Never have gotten headaches before. The pain is in the middle shooting out and nothing makes it go away.
Stomach ache bubbling in the back of my throat and a sore throat. The nausea comes and goes I can feel the nausea coming on and I can feel the bubbles moving thru my abdomin and then I get a hungry feeling but, while that is happening I cant even think of food. As for my throat I have no idea what is causing any of this. My doctor put me on pecid before bed and I take about 3 tums during the day. I also belch a lot. Except when I get this sick feeling.
I have persistent neck pain and headache. I am conscious of it when I get up in the morning and it worsens during the day but is never severe. If I concentrate on something or watch a movie etc the pain level goes down / almost goes away. I also feel I have a slight problem in tilting my head to the right - I feel a pain similar to a muscle pull on my shoulder. I get feelings of mild nausea occaisionally. If I put on my phone headset in the office pain becomes more.
I might have had a pain in my neck and shoulder one day cuz of the weather but I mean I'm wondering is dizziness, on and off headaches, and nausea, considered to be ars related with out having fever rash sore throat or glands? Or am I just worrying.
I've finally gotten a diagnosis for Gall Stones, which could very well be the cause for abdominal pain and nausea. But how does the rest of my title symptoms figure into a faulty GB scenario? The headache, dizziness, and occasional nausea has been going on for more than three years! The headache NEVER goes away! All my doctors want to do is prescribe "I don't care medication", sleep therapy and pain therapy. Give me a break! I'm miserable and need some answers.
I also had a terrible headache that was like my migraines behind the right eye, pain coming up from my neck behind the ear and to my eye, sore neck. They gave me toradol for the headache which helped minimal, and when I got home I took Lortab which helped more. Now my right eyelid is swollen.
for 3 days - not alleviated by Tylenol or Excedrin. In conjunction with nausea, spots, and neck is sore when she puts her head down. Any ideas?
I've got this horrible neck pain (at the top) causing a headache/sharp pains around the back of my head. Its better than yesterday where I actually seemed to fall asleep(or something) every time the pain came. Thats stopped. It feels better mostly while I am lying down but still hurts moving around. I have full movement although its sore. I also find that sitting is sore but can be bearable for some time, standing up is agony and makes me feel a little nauseous.
I've got this horrible neck pain (at the top) causing a headache/sharp pains around the back of my head. Its better than yesterday where I actually seemed to fall asleep(or something) every time the pain came. Thats stopped. It feels better mostly while I am lying down but still hurts moving around. I have full movement although its sore. I also find that sitting is sore but can be bearable for some time, standing up is agony and makes me feel a little nauseous.
Headache has slowly subsided for past 4 days, but today it is returning and now, in addition, my neck and the base of my scalp are very stiff and sore. Otherwise, I have no nausea or pain elsewhere. Pain is again on top of my head and is beginning to radiate to behind my left eye. I'm taking extra strength acetomenaphin, which only takes the edge off slightly. Sodium naproxin didn't help.
I took medication for the pain, but it didn't help, it just got worse. This morning, I woke up with no headache, but my head and neck is very sore. I also have a cyst growing in my left eye, but I don't think that's it, because I had this same cyst before. I don't know if it was stress, sinuses, or what. I never had this happen to me before. I hope to find out what this is.
Sometimes my neck is stiff and sore. I also experience lighheadedness and nausea. I am stressing myself out worrying. Could this be a brain tumor?
A couple other things come to mind, aside from any brain problem that the second neuro may see on yoru scans, and that is if you tear up the spine in your neck somewhat, to where you have, say, a bulging disc or degenerative changes from aging, or even just wrenched the muscles all out of shape in a minor car accident, any of those things can give you a headache and make your neck sore.
any other symptoms? sore stiff neck? sore joints and muscles especially knees and legs? anything different with your eyes? is the pain in your stomach sever or mild? fever?
hi this is meena from thirunellveli, i in very worse state of my migraine and i could find out that its a migraine headache, my major symptoms are severe headache, headache in back of the head (bottom left side), headache due to light, sound and odour and in recent times i also have severe back pain and shoulder pain. can u suggest me the treatment and medication...
I am a 31 year old woman and I have a headache that is not responding to OTC or prescription medication. It has lasted for two weeks now and I have also had two migraines during this time. I have a history of a chronic tension headache that started when I was 16 and lasted for 13 years but eventually went away. I am being treated right now by my family doctor who has put me on muscle relaxers. The first medication did not help at all so I am on day two of this new one.
She's going to do some autoimmune tests on me, because she thinks the eyepain I've been having, sore eyes, nausea and headaches could be cause by some autoimmune disease. I have no idea wich one, because she didn't say anything. :/ Im a little worried tho, because cushings (a tumor in the head) and ms are seen as autoimmune diseases aswell...Christ, just can't get rid of the horrible one's. I tried reading about the autoimmune diseases, but the only one that seemed decent was asthma.
The headaches are on the right side originating at my temple. The temple becomes really sore after the headache if I am able to get rid of it. I am also experiencing what feels like a crick in my neck on the same side. Also, my scalp is tender, & hurts when I brush it. I have also found two small sores on my scalp that come & go, almost with the headaches. Another thing I have noticed lately is I can feel my pulse on the same side of my head if am laying on it.
After the small headache gradually turned into a full beard excruciating headache and with that I also felt nausea lots of nausea the next day on wednesday was the peak of my headache all day I could not move I have a stiff neck and more nausea mind you a headache was still there the best way I can describe it is it starts of small gets worse its peak and then it slowly subsides gradually but the pain is still there littlebit I'm hoping it goes away soon this is been a bad experience for me but
Your story seems to fit into 'cervicogenic headache'. (Headache caused by problem in the neck) However, correct picture can be gained only by taking your full history, and after an examination of head and neck, and the relevant neurological examination. Be glad there is nothing wrong structurally (CT and MRI). Now you have to find out what is causing the headache and other pains, and get treatment for the same.
precipitation of head pain by neck movement or awkward neck positions, head pain when external pressure is applied to the neck or occipital region, restricted range of motion of the neck, and neck, shoulder and arm pain. Treatment for cervicogenic headache includes physical therapy, medications, behavioral therapy, and other modalities. Occipital neuralgia is caused by irritation or injury to two nerves that run from the upper neck to the back of the head.
I can touch my chest with my chin and have no other symptoms of meningitis, such as headache or nausea. I believe there may be slight swelling at the base of the neck since the area feels smoother to the touch than usual. Unfortunately I am without medical insurance hence posting here. What should I do, what do I have (if anything other than a pulled muscle)?
I am at present having some trigger point dry needling which seems to have helped the headache but the shoulder/neck (left side still hurt like mad, daily). Sometimes my arm aches too, pain is best described as tight and stinging. Could we keep in contact?
It can be spontaneous intracranial hypotension. It can be a neck injury (if you have actually hurt your neck). A headache that gets worse when standing up is called an orthostatic headache, by the way. It might be good to know if you plan on googling. In your case it is hard to know if your headaches worsens upon standing because of the upright position or because of the extra physical work your body needs to do when standing up. Good luck and keep us updated so we know how it goes!
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