Our expert says:
My guess is that you have fibrositis of the skull - the muscles of the neck and upper back plant in at the bottom of the skull and if you have tension in the jaw or neck muscles you can develop very painful tender points on the skull - usually in the temple area or at the back of the head. Seeing a physiotherapist may be useful, with using anti-inflammatory medication. If the physio evaluates you and thinks that the problem is not muscle related you can see your GP for a referral to a neurologist if needed.
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