What are the causes of occipital neuralgia?

Answer Occipital neuralgia is a type of headache which is rooted in one of the occipital nerves which supplies the scalp, according to the National Institute of Neurological Disorders and Stroke (NINDS). ... Read More »

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What is occipital neuralgia?

Occipital neuralgia headaches begin in the neck and can spread all around the head and backs of the ears and eyes. Though they cause intense pain, they are not life-threatening. Treatment includes ... Read More »

What are the treatments for occipital neuralgia?

Occipital neuralgia is a particular type of headache caused by irritation or damage to an occipital nerve, which run up the neck over the scalp toward the forehead. There is a wide range of availab... Read More »

What is the best thing to take for Trigeminal Neuralgia?

Errrrrr poor you, why not get some strong pain relief from the doctor, such as codeine, they work really quick. If you get them in the dissolvable form, they work quicker - good luck :)

What could a small hard bump on a 2-year-old's occipital ridge behind the left ear be It is not painful or discolored There is not one on the right side?

NO. Your dog may be a bit embarrassed, but he will get over it. Besides, earlier in the day your dog pulled a loaded diaper out of the garbage and woofed it down, so dog and baby are basically even.