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Headache radiating to ear and shoulder. On pain killers. Occasional vibrations with pain. What could this be?

I am a 39 year old married lady. I get headache often and take a pain killer the moment it starts. The frequency of the headache is such that i take about 2-3 tablets per week. For the last one week, i have pain at one place in my side brain, and the pain is radiating in a line to just below my ear and back to the shoulder . sometimes i experience vibrations along that line of pain. Kindly suggest what this could be and why is it happening. Manisha.
Asked On : Fri, 10 Aug 2012
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hello manishaji
welcome to hcm
as you have mention that you get headache one side and it radiates to shoulder it seems you have cervical spondylitis .. please contact near by doctor and with some medicine and exercise related to neck and head can help you lot . avoid thick pillow under your head.....
take care
Answered: Fri, 10 Aug 2012
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