Head pain back of head and upper place

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Since 3 weeks ago i have head pain in back of head and upper place sometimes it goes , sometimes it gets worse .

Also pain in back of eyes .

When i sleep i think i dont have pain also no pain when i wake but it starts during the day , does anyone have this ? Help  

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     I sympathise. I felt like I could not relax my face whenI slept. I saw a brilliant physio who also does Osteopathy and he found that I had 3 vertebrae which were not in the correct place. I am having treatment and feel so much better. No heavy heads and no headaches!  It's only taken 3 years!
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    I did a google search "identify your headache with pictures" because I was not sure what type of headache I have.

    Up came a series of options and I checked just the images.  One of the images was a pictorial display of a head showing 4 types of pain. When I examined that in more detail, there was a series of related pictures on the side and one of them showed 6 types including neck and TMJ.  I found that helpful in as much as I discovered I have neck problems and not tension headaches as I have previously been telling the doctor.

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    I am 49 years old was told I'm suffering from tmj. I went to the dentist she did a X-ray did not find anything. I was told I have tmj be My ENT. My jaw aches tremendously basically on the left side. The left side of my face is slightly swollen and under the chin. I have terrible headaches and neck pain. I do grind my teeth. So I'm looking to get. Night guard or splint. My doctor gave me prednisone but I am Leary to take it. It gives me a terrible feeling. Thanks for listening!

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