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Back of lower head and behind ears still sensitive to touch. Why does laughing give headache?

the back lower part of my head, and behind my ears are very sensitive to the touch. If someone were to run there fingers along the back of my ears, i would instantly have a headache. earrings give me headaches , brushing/combing that area too much gives me a headache, laughing too much hurts there too. Its always been that way, and seems to only get more senstive over time.. What wrong?
Asked On : Tue, 28 Aug 2012
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Hi, there are certain areas in some peoples' body which are very sensitive and which may act as trigger points for the such symptoms. Please get a complete neurological examination done and if that is normal, just relax and nothing is there to worry. Also massage of the area and relaxation exercises may help. Regards
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