I suffer from strong headache once a month it attacks the right side of my head, during it my right eye and ear, neck every pains and I can’t stand the light.
Before it used to happen once in 2 months now its once in a month, it doesn’t go if I get rest or sleep, it just continues after I wake up and move my head, so i get painkillers which I want to avoid.
But recently I get extreme pain on my ears when i use cell phone and head sets, i cant stand using them for more than one minute, and even if I change the ear i use the same happens (bt right ear pains more).
I m trying to get an appointment with a dr. specialized in brain and nerves.
Get it checked out by a neurologist, and when everything turns out okay you may consider consulting with a chiropractor.
This type of presentation is very common. It may be posture related. If your ear is not in line with your shoulder then your neck muscles have to fight to keep your head on your neck. Because of this the muscles get tight and inflamed and refer pain to your neck and head. Good luck!
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