What could be the reason for soreness in the area behind the right ear and a headache like feeling in that area at times?
One possibility is TMJ or teeth grinding. It usually occurs at night so you might not be aware that you are doing it. It is a way that our body releases too much stress and worries. You could inspect your teeth for signs of clenching or grinding. Or try to catch yourself doing it. Does your jaw pop? Your dentist could help you if this was the case.
no, first take the headache off, then take the bath, because the headache on your head would apply pressure to your head whilst you have a headache. Unless there is another reason for not bathing, a typical headache at the top of the head is not usually a reason for restricting normal personal care practices. If the headache is especially severe or in any other way abnormal, you should see a physician to be sure…
Participating in a cardio program can definitely leave you feeling muscle soreness and fatigue burnout, but, the most common reason given for dropping out is a lack of time to continue. Remember, if you abruptly stop an intense cardio workout without cooling down, you may experience Irregular heartbeat and arrhythmia.
Had tkr took 4 amox 500 mg before dentist appt and 4 250 mg erythromycin same day because of bacteria infection Can this cause a headache?
This could cause a headache. A more likely reason for a headache is that you just had your teeth worked on! How long did you sit in the chair with your head at an odd angle and your mouth open? People always want to blame their medicine for anything they might be feeling - sometimes it's not the medicine.
Yes, a headache anywhere can be a sign of a brain tumor, however that is extremely rare. Most often headaches at the back of the head are either tension headaches, Migraine, or occipital neuralgia. There are many more types of headache though, and many of them include pain at the back of the head. If you have a new type of headache or a severe headache, this is reason to seek the help of a…
A sinus headache is a symptom, not a diagnosis. If the reason for the headache is pressure in your sinuses, staying upright will help relieve the pressure because gravity works. Excess edema etc will be pulled out of the sinuses and may help to relieve the pain associated with it. For appropriate diagnosis and treatment of headache disorder and disease, please seek the help of a board certified headache specialist.