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Tingling sensation and burning on back left head. Cause for the pain?

Hi, for the last few days, and off and on, I have had a burning, tingling , very sore spot on the back left side of my head. Feels like I had a ponytail way too tight at first, but now feels like I got hit on the back of the head. The feeling used to come and go, but it s been pretty steady over the last few days and very sore. What is this?
Asked On : Sat, 9 Feb 2013
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Hi Dear
Welcome to the platform of Health care Magic.
Dear Friend probably you are developing some kind of cervical nerve irritation, which may cause such type of muscle spasm, pain, tingling sensations and soreness in the muscle of back of neck and back of head.

In my opinion your symptoms may be alleviated by some muscle relaxant medication after consultation with the orthopedic surgeon who may advice you some investigation like cervical x ray etc.
Physiotherapy and some exercises explained to you by physio may help you more.
Hope your query is answered.
Answered: Sat, 29 Jun 2013
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