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Feeling happy sometime, hearing ring sound in ears, pain at the back of head. What is the pain?

Hi there. Sometimes when I m feeling extremely happy and I m either laughing or smiling, then I get these intense pains at the back of my head on either side just above the nape of my neck . I have also been experiencing ringing in both ears for over 5 years now and don t know what it s from. I suffer from mild high blood pressure . Can you please advise me what the pain is from please?
Asked On : Wed, 20 Feb 2013
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Thanks for using healthcare magic.

I have gone through from your available history.

Your symptoms might be due to
- Tempero-mandibular joint pathology
- Cervical spinal pathology

You should consult orthopedic surgeon to find out the exact cause. Doctor may advise you to go for radiological investigations.

Treatment would be directed as per cause.

Answered: Fri, 14 Jun 2013
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