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Throbbing pain on back of head, passing through the neck. Suggestion?

I have had a throbing ache on and of on the right head and a little into the right neck it isn t painful iynis an annoying throb. at night i don t sleep well bit this may be worry. i don t get headaches or sick very often but if i do.get.a.headache i usually vomit and lay down and a few hours later i am ok. That s the only way i can describe it i put my head down forward it throbs more. is this worry about.
Asked On : Wed, 6 Mar 2013
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Thank you for posting.
The aymptoms you have mentioned are mostly suggesting migraine headache in which you will get one sided headache associated with vomiting.I advice consulting a neurologist so that they will prescribe you prophylactic treatment like betabocker to prevent frequent attacks.For accute attack as there association with vomiting also I suggest you to a take a combination of analgesic and antiemetic. Thank you.
Answered: Sun, 11 Aug 2013
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