Okay my boyfriend bit the back of my neck (like between the base of my neck and my shoulder) and afterwards my head was throbbing really bad. When I move my head up it hurts more. What could be wrong with me?
I noticed you're only 14 years old. I hope you know that biting your girlfriend in the back of your neck is not normal. You might consider ending this relationship before he really hurts you. Biting someone especially in the neck region is hurtful. Did your boyfriend break your skin when he bit you? If he did break the skin when he bit you, I would suggest going to see a doctor so the doctor can look at the bite. Bites can be serious. This is just my personal opinion. I would end this relationship as soon as possible and not in person. Good luck to you. Eve
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