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What are the symptoms of a cervicogenic headache?

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Even though a cervicogenic headache and a migraine are different, some of the symptoms can be similar. For example, you may:

Some people get CH and a migraine at the same time. That can make it hard to know what's really going on.

  • Feel sick to your stomach
  • Throw up
  • Have pain in your arm or shoulder
  • Feel sick or uncomfortable in bright light
  • Feel sick or uncomfortable with loud noise
  • Have blurry vision

From: Cervicogenic Headaches WebMD Medical Reference

SOURCES:

Quebec Association of Chronic Pain: "Cervicogenic Headache."

American Migraine Foundation: "Cervicogenic Headache."

Jefferson Hospital for Neurosurgery Journal: "A Pain in the Neck: Review of Cervicogenic Headache and Associated Disorders."

Chiro-Trust.org: "What Are Cervicogenic Headaches?"

International Journal of Sports Physical Therapy: "Cervicogenic Headaches: An Evidence-Led Approach to Clinical Management."

Journal of the American Osteopathic Association: "Cervicogenic Headache: A Review of Diagnostic and Treatment Strategies."

British Journal of Medical Practitioners: "Cervicogenic headache: It is time to call for more attention."

Reviewed by Jennifer Robinson on December 16, 2018

SOURCES:

Quebec Association of Chronic Pain: "Cervicogenic Headache."

American Migraine Foundation: "Cervicogenic Headache."

Jefferson Hospital for Neurosurgery Journal: "A Pain in the Neck: Review of Cervicogenic Headache and Associated Disorders."

Chiro-Trust.org: "What Are Cervicogenic Headaches?"

International Journal of Sports Physical Therapy: "Cervicogenic Headaches: An Evidence-Led Approach to Clinical Management."

Journal of the American Osteopathic Association: "Cervicogenic Headache: A Review of Diagnostic and Treatment Strategies."

British Journal of Medical Practitioners: "Cervicogenic headache: It is time to call for more attention."

Reviewed by Jennifer Robinson on December 16, 2018

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