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Dull head pain at the area of neck and head union, numbness on side of head, behind eye, neck stiffness. What is the remedy?

Hello ! I am a 36 year old male in good health. Lately I have started to have a dull pain in my head just at the area where my neck and dead meet. the pain sometimes gives me a numb feeling on my left side of my head and behind my eye. It feels like a stiff neck but higher up and under my head. My neck also feels stiff at times and rubbing it does not help it go away. Been happening for around a week now. Not freaking out just wondering why. Thank you.
Asked On : Mon, 6 Aug 2012
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Thank for asking to HCM
I can understand this most of the headaches are nonspecific in origin and this responds well to the analgesic and subsides on its own unless have some associate complain like vomiting fits, then and then need further investigation, otherwise no need to worry about this hope this information helps you have nice day.
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