Headaches To The Back Of The Neck?
hello, I often have headaches to the back of the neck is that a sign of cholesterol? and if I have darting or cholesterol I still curse the KB injection? thank you …
Thank you for the question.
Headaches from the back to the neck can refer to high cholesterol (hypercholesterolemia), high blood pressure (hypertension), or other medical conditions, such as tension headaches, neck nerve nerves, brain tumors, occipital neuralgia, meningitis, torticollis, spondylosis, head injury, cerebral aneurysm, viral or bacterial infections, psychological disorders, and so on. This condition should be checked directly to a doctor or neurologist, especially if it has lasted more than 3 days, often recurs, appears with great intensity, or accompanied by danger signs, such as fever, stiff neck, vomiting, mental confusion, convulsions , numbness or weakness of the instrument of movement, and decreased consciousness. Depending on the cause, your doctor can give you a variety of treatments, such as giving medication, suggesting additional examinations (such as x-rays, blood tests, CT scans, or MRI), or also refer you to the appropriate specialist doctor (such as nerves or internal medicine).
Whenever it is true that you have experienced arising from hypertension or hypercholesterolemia, this is provided that it is well controlled, often it is not an absolute contraindication for you to use injection contraception. However, the determination of the right type of contraception is certainly not only determined by blood pressure and blood cholesterol levels instead. This should also be considered by looking at your posture, age, your general health condition, as well as future pregnancy plans. So, you should consult further with a gynecologist in this regard.
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