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Throbbing headache in back of head, nausea, inability to focus
Throbbing headache in back of head, nausea, inability to focus

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Hi,
How are you?  Throbbing headaches are usually due to migraine headaches. This is  often accompanied by nausea, vomiting, cold hands, and sensitivity to sound and light. Certain foods, excessive hunger, changes in altitude, weather, lights, excessive smoking, and emotional stress may be triggers. It is important that you identify which triggers your headache to be able to prevent them in the future. Ice packs and prescription medications may also help. Take care and do keep us posted.
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