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    Sudden severe pain in head and back of neck (srs, reps)

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    I was just at the gym lifting (working my chest, doing flat bench), when all of the sudden an extreme throbbing/aching pain very suddenly started in the back of my head and my lower neck. The pain onset was very sudden and very severe. I was literally in mid-set when an the back of my neck/back of my head started aching with extreme pain. I finished off my set and did about 3 more reps, and upon standing up the pain very suddenly spread to the top of my head and to my temples. When the pain started, it started very suddenly and it was very intense (to the point where I couldn't see straight).

    Needless to say, I stopped my work out then and there and drove back home. The pain is still there, but it's very mild at the moment; and I feel a little bit light headed. It has been approximately 25 minutes since the sudden onset of the pain. That being said, on the way home (when the pain was rapidly subsiding), I started to get nauseous (I actually spit up a little bit in my mouth) and cough a lot which brought the painful throbbing feeling back into the back of my neck and my entire head, just as painful as when the pain first occurred, MAYBE a little bit less intense, but still painful enough to the point where I couldn't see the road properly.

    This has never happened before, and I've never had pain like this before. The best way I can describe it is the combination of a VERY intense migraine and that aching feeling that you get all over your body whenever you get the flu all amplified (except isolated to the places I described). I'll reiterate that the pain onset was very sudden, I would even say that it was instantaneous.

    When I was younger, I used to get mild headaches a lot and the occasional migraine; but for the past 10 years or so, I've gotten mild headaches VERY rarely (maybe once every couple of months) and haven't had any migraines. I've torn muscles in my arm, slipped discs in my back, broken multiple bones, and even gotten shot once; and I would say that the pain I experienced tonight at the gym is comparable if not greater than the pain I experienced when those injuries occurred.

    I have a very high threshold for pain, which is why this is worrying me a lot. I'm not usually one to complain about pain, but this was some of the most intense and quickest onset of pain I've ever experienced. Can any misc. brahs diagnose this for me? Or has anyone ever had this happen to them before? Even though the majority of the pain has subsided, I am still contemplating going to the hospital. I will give my measly reps for helpful answers! I will highly appreciate anyone that can offer helpful advice on this issue.

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    -Was at gym doing bench press.
    -Mid-set, I experience a sudden onset of very intense pain in the back of my neck and head
    -Pain spreads almost immediately to top of my head/temples
    -Pain subsides on the way home, but I feel light headed and extremely nauseous.
    -I begin to cough/throw up and the pain almost instantaneously elevates to its original level again
    -I have a very high pain threshold, and I'm very concerned at the moment, even though, the majority of the pain has subsided.
    -Contemplating going to the hospital
    -All serious advice is appreciated and I will give my measly reps for serious answers



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    I had this when i was trying to do 100 push ups. Sudden pain at the back of my head. Only it went away after some time and didnt make me cough or throw up.
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    I'm a medical resident, so I'm pretty knowledgeable about health related issues. My best guess is that it's some sort of tension-induced pain from straining myself from lifting heavy. I really can't diagnose it for sure, though; and if it's something more serious, I'd rather be safe than sorry and have it come back to bite me in the ass.

    Also, bump. Looking for serious answers.
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    IS YOUR NECK STIFF? COULD BE A RUPTURED ANEVRYSM OP!! (SRS) **** is ****ing dangerous go get it checked ASAP


    What makes me say an anevrysm caused it?

    - You were working out
    - Extreme sudden headache
    - Pain in the neck (is it stiff?)
    - Lightheadedness
    - Pain's still there
    - Nausea (higher intracranial pressure due to blood leak)


    I'm just a 2nd year med student OP, so i might be completely wrong
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    Bump, seriously concerned. C'mon misc brahs.
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    Just had this start last week (srs)

    Also resulted from a bench. You need to take 1-2 weeks off and use some hot/cold therapy on the back of your neck. Then try going with light weight after your rest for the week or two. If the pain comes back full force, see a chiropractor like I did and they'll adjust your neck (usually a nerve issue) and it will go away.

    Edit - the people in the link below gave me the answer I was looking for. Hopefully it helps you out too OP.

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    I would have a friend drive you to the ER right away. You are probably fine, but if it is a blown out vessel in your brain, you will want to be in the hospital ASAP.
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    could be anything from a pinched nerve/high blood pressure from strain/bursted vessels to strained neck muscles, go to doctor IMO..
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    tldr
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    I think it might be high blood pressure. Might want to get that checked out.
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    If you're that worried about it you should ask your doctor. I have a pretty bad back & neck and I've experienced pain like that before but not for more than a few minutes. I was told that was either from a muscle spasm which I have tons of, or a disc problem.

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    Originally Posted by laes778 View Post
    tldr
    There are cliffs, you lazy phaggot. Negs for not respecting the srs tag.


    UPDATE for those who actually are respecting the srs tag. Pain is now completely gone. Still a little bit light headed (it may even be a placebo, since I've got myself worked up and worried.) I took two Advil a few minutes ago. Vision is still affected slightly (perhaps due to the light headed symptoms). In response to on eposter who asked if my neck is stiff: no. I don't recall if it was stiff when I was experiencing the pain, but as of now I have no stiffness in my neck.

    On another note, I've been googling, trying to find answers and I think that it is most likely a tension induced headache caused from elevated blood pressure and lifting heavy weight. Found this on it:

    http://www.webmd.com/migraines-heada...e-pain-in-head

    http://www.relieve-migraine-headache...-headache.html

    http://training.fitness.com/injury-p...ing-25538.html


    What you brahs think? I'm still going to see a doctor, but I think I'm going to wait until tomorrow to do so. I don't think it's life-threatening seeing as almost all pain/symptoms have ceased and I'm feeling fine, just a little light headed still.
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    OP relax it's an exertion headache usually caused by lack of proper breathing during heavy lifting. Search the forums for exertion headache and you'll find many similar stories to yours.
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    I've had this happen to my neck when I was doing squats. Very similar symptoms but I never threw up though I felt like it. OP masturbate in a few hours and see if you get a slight pain.
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    Hey mate.

    I have had the EXACT same feeling, but this happened to me last year during a 20 rep squat.

    First off, don't worry. You are not going to die.

    What you have is not an inter-cranial hemorrhage or a tumor.

    From what the doctors said to me, there are very fine blood vessels running through your neck up to your brain. When you push or force yourself, you expand these vessels past normal capacity forcing them outwards, hitting the meninges around them, bruising them. This then results in every time your heart rate increases, blood vessels expand, BOOM, thudding pain in the back of your head.

    Regardless of whether that diagnose was correct or not, if you just take it easy for a week or two, then SLOWLY ease your body back in to training, you should be sweet.
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    Originally Posted by Trigger543 View Post
    Edit - Wait, you're a resident? Correct me if I'm wrong but doesn't that mean you're working in a hospital and only a couple years away from being a doctor? (srs question)
    3 years away; however, this is not my area of expertise. Like I said, my best initial guess was something that was tension-induced, but without the proper equipment I can't give an accurate diagnosis and all I can really do is go off of what I felt. Seems like the best person to go to would be a neurologist or Gen. Practitioner. I'm neither (even though I did learn a lot abt neurology in med school) and any useful info that I might have gleaned in med school, I can honestly say I can't remember (did a lot of benzo's back then lol). My area of expertise in is anesthesiology.
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    Originally Posted by acdcrox1357 View Post
    3 years away; however, this is not my area of expertise. Like I said, my best initial guess was something that was tension-induced, but without the proper equipment I can't give an accurate diagnosis and all I can really do is go off of what I felt. Seems like the best person to go to would be a neurologist or Gen. Practitioner. I'm neither (even though I did learn a lot abt neurology in med school) and any useful info that I might have gleaned in med school, I can honestly say I can't remember (did a lot of benzo's back then lol). My area of expertise in is anesthesiology.
    Oh ok, that just didn't make sense to me for a minute.
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    Exact same experience

    the exact same thing happened to me, it's most likely a pinched nerve in your neck. I got it because i had my head overhanging on the bench while doing a set of DB presses, huge burning pain travelled up from my shoulder blade to the back of my head. If yours is anywhere close to mine, you'll be enjoying headaches whenever you wake up and while working out for a few weeks. :/
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