I went to a massage with "happy ending" ( hand job only). a week later, feel headaches... and it's on and off until now ( 2 months). is it possible a STD or just something the massage parlor did not do it right at the neck and the head?
The head area is tricky. If you were standing the or sitting in a chair you may have tightened up your neck in the moment & pulled a muscle that is a very bottom of head at the basics headache. The back of the head just above if it's a constant throbbing pain that comes on with blurriness & can last up to a day or more my be a migraine.Those you will have sensitivity to light & sound. The massage could have triggered it.If your headaches are in the front around your eyes & temple it's tension headaches. This can be relieved with pressure& massages around your eyes & temples. All over headaches is more common with migraines but very rarely also come with brain tumors & things to that nature.
Now if you have other medical problems it could be linked with those also.Medications can give you new headaches.have you started any new meds & what if any medical problems do you have? That would be the first thing to look at.
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