Why do you have a bad headache and a backache?
Q: My father is in his early fifties. Recently, he has been suffering from severe headaches and a lot of pain in his back.
You don’t drink and smoke much, and you don’t have high blood pressure and diabetes.
I’ve seen it on TV saying that a severe headache could lead to a stroke. Why do you have a headache and a sore back? What if this is a prelude to a stroke? I’m so worried.
A: A stroke is unlikely. If there is an abnormality in the neck spine, you may experience the same symptoms as your father.
When you watch a drama, there are some scenes where you suddenly fall down holding the back of your neck. This is often considered a pre-stroke symptom. Most of the symptoms of pulling the back of the bone are stiffness of the occipital muscles and tension headaches 비아그라 판매
Sometimes blood pressure rises, causing head pain, but in this case, the consciousness is blurred and the eye is not visible (the blood pressure should rise above 240/140).
You’d better visit the nearest neurologist for a test.