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In the past several months that you've had these symptoms, have you discussed them with your primary medical provider?
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Pain at the base of the skull can be muscular (a tension headache that mainly affects the back of the neck) or it can be occipital neuralgia. There are several subtle headache syndromes that manifest themselves in this area. You might need to see a neurologist to sort out which of the many different reasons there can be for pain in this area.