The back of my head docks hurt, and the jiga feels painful asking pulled into the nose
Hello Dewi, thank you for asking at HealthReplies.com.
Reading the complaint you wrote above, the complaint could have been caused by several possible conditions such as:
Tension type headaches
Cluster type headaches
Tension in the neck muscles
Because the complaint you are experiencing right now is most likely not included in an emergency, you are still allowed to try to rest for a while and take pain relievers such as paracetamol or ibuprofen according to the dosage on the package when the complaint is felt to be very disruptive to your activities or rest.
You are also encouraged to pay more attention to whether there are certain things that trigger or aggravate complaints, if any, avoid as much as possible. It is also recommended for you to limit the consumption of foods that are high in salt, fatty foods, enough fluid intake (at least 2 liters per day), enough rest, avoid stress and do regular exercise every day.
If you have tried to do the recommendations above for at least 3 days but did not experience improvement or the complaint becomes more severe, then it is highly recommended to consult a doctor for further evaluation.
If other complaints arise that accompany such as a sudden decrease in vision, severe vomiting, paralysis of certain body parts, more severe pain when straining / coughing, fever (temperature reaches 38 degrees or more), convulsions or loss of consciousness, immediately go to the nearest hospital emergency room to get further help.
I hope this helps.