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I get this weird cringey feeling in the back of my head followed by pressure and nausea. Anybody i tell about this doesnt know what I'm talking about. Its not crippling but just about. Can anybody give me any answers?
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I get this weird cringey feeling in the back of my head followed by pressure and nausea. Anybody i tell about this doesnt know what I'm talking about. Its not crippling but just about. Can anybody give me any answers?
Go and see your GP.
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I get this weird cringey feeling in the back of my head followed by pressure and nausea. Anybody i tell about this doesnt know what I'm talking about. Its not crippling but just about. Can anybody give me any answers?
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See your GP, they'll probably refer you for an MRI.
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Pain in the back of the head is a very common symptom that indicates some other underlying cause. Although head injuries can definitely cause this type of pain, there is usually some other medical or environmental cause for pain in the back of the head.The cervicogenic headache is one of the most common types of pain in the back of the head. This pain is typically located on just one side and may radiate around the side of the head and into the forehead. Posture, neck injuries and other minor injuries often precipitate this type of headache. While certainly not limited to older people, this type of pain in the back of the head is often found in this age group.
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Pain in the back of the head is a very common symptom that indicates some other underlying cause. Although head injuries can definitely cause this type of pain, there is usually some other medical or environmental cause for pain in the back of the head.The cervicogenic headache is one of the most common types of pain in the back of the head. This pain is typically located on just one side and may radiate around the side of the head and into the forehead. Posture, neck injuries and other minor injuries often precipitate this type of headache. While certainly not limited to older people, this type of pain in the back of the head is often found in this age group.
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