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What is Cervical
Cervicogenic headaches can mimic migraines, so it may be difficult to distinguish a cervicogenic headache from a migraine headache. The primary difference is that a migraine headache is rooted in the brain, and a cervicogenic headache is rooted in the cervical spine (neck) or base of the skull region.
What are symptoms of a cervicogenic headache?
In addition to a throbbing head pain, symptoms of a cervicogenic headache may include:
- Pain on one side of your head or face
- A stiff neck
- Pain around the eyes
- Pain while coughing or sneezing
- A headache with certain neck postures or movement
Cervicogenic headaches can also cause symptoms similar to migraine headaches, such as light sensitivity, noise sensitivity, blurry vision, and an upset stomach.