One sign of Cervicogenic Headaches is pain that comes from a sudden movement of your neck. Another is that you get head pain when your neck remains in the same position for some time.
- Pain on one side of your head or face
- An attack of pain that can last for hours or days
- Stiff neck - you can't move your neck normally
- Steady pain that doesn't throb
- Pain that stays in one spot, like the back, front, or side of your head or your eye
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