Pain in the head after a slight shake or hit of the head .

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Jakey._
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   Posted 5/25/2008 11:06 AM (GMT -6)   
Its for about 30 days now, first I thought it might be some cold sickness gone wrong, but the pain is in the back of the head ( back of the brain ), at eye / nose level, so it shouldnt be because of the cold . Ive also got no problems with my neck, its stiff like it has been my whole life, and the neck doesnt hurt when I hit the head and it doesnt even hurt turning the head so much , unless I do it real fast, my neck doesnt hurt . So I guess it probably isnt something with the neck. I would guess its minor concussion, then again Ive started to feel the pain without getting hit before .

I think I just might be paranoic, I mean of course your head hurts when you hit it, but is it normal that it mainly hurts in the back of it ?

The pain in the back of the head is definitely not burning / stabbing . It only hurts when I hit my head, not so much even when I shake it a lot, but a bit yes .

I will go see a doctor if you guys say so, I just want to make sure IM not completely paranoic. Any help will be appreciated .
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