Thank you for posting your query.
The lump on the back of your head could be a tumour arising from the bone- an osteoid osteoma
. It is a benign condition and is often harmless. However, please get it checked up by a doctor for confirmation. A simple X-ray of the skull can help in identifying this.
are most likely not directly linked to the lump.
In case you have frequent headaches associated with nausea or vomiting
, it could be migraine
. In addition, there may be increased sensitivity to sound or bright light. You may benefit with preventive therapy for migraine, with medications such as beta blockers, flunarizine
Dr Sudhir Kumar MD DM (Neurology)