At the very least,i would reccomend having an MRI done on your head and the c spine.this could be stemming from some sort of issue actually in the c spine and not the head,but you do need to rule out both.
I was Dxed with an aneurysm just this past sept and also have a huge amount of c spine problems as well.this quite honestly,to me,anyways and given the type of trigger that gives you that headache,this doesn't really sound like it is an aneurysm,so put that a bit lower on the worry list,K? pain like you described,upon movement,is usually stemming from a nerve issue not actually a brain issue.getting the MRIs done would most likely show a possible disc or some sort of affectation in the upper or around the c 8 nerves in the c spine.there are(as I found out the hard way) a few nerves that actually run down from the head and into the c spine and then loop back up into the head again.this is why,things that are happening in the head,need to be checked out from the c spine on up.do you know what I mean?
at any rate,what you are feeling is not normal,so in that case,it really does need some further evaluation,just for that reason alone.i would just see your primary and ask about the MRIs and go from there.Please let me know just what you find out,K? good luck,**
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