That sounds terrible. I've had different types of headaches my whole life. I did have true migraines which were a real witch, I tell ya. I did a headache study at a clinic and found I had food sensitivity. Flavor substitutes, artificial sugar and fat free food is a trigger for me. I am careful about that now and do not have the migraines I did. My hormones can trigger a headache though. And I was in a car accident about 22 years ago. The years after that accident were headache prone. I had whip lash and that neck injury would tighten up either under stress or physical activity and shoot up behind my ear and I'd have the monster headache. I saw a chiropractor, my gp, a physical therapist and a massage therapist for it. The physical therapist helped with stretching and trips to combat it, massage really relieved it at times. Stretching the neck (dropping head down and moving chin in different directions, head side to side, etc.) helped. Massaging helped. Try an ice pack where it hurts. But most of all, you need a medical evaluation that is complete to find out what is going on. Headaches are not new for you so don't think the worse case, aneurism. But look for the triggers and have a doctor work with you. The headache clinic I went to was excellent and I highly recommend a neurologist as someone who can greatly help. I took no medication by the way other than ibuprofen and I DID take ibuprofen a good bit. I didn't want other meds due to having an infant to care for and wanting to make sure I was lucid. Anyway, let me know how you are doing and if you've seen a doctor for this!