Hi and welcome to MedHelp.
May I ask, did you follow up with your PCP? If not,, you may want to as your own Dr may do more to help figure this out and do testing to help relax your fears.
It is possible for whip lash to take time to be visible and can cause head aches....I had it and it took over 14 yrs to be DX'd as I did not go right away for testing....and it is treatable with PT.
Good luck and let us know what you find out.
From what you are describing I would have to agree with the doctor from Urgent Care. It sounds like you are dealing with the effects of a concussion. If you are really concerned talk with a doctor at a Concussion Center. The exercises the doctor had my daughter do helped her feel "normal" again in about a week.
Thank you both for your advice. Its been going on for about a month now and I have an appointment with my PCP this Thursday. Good news is that the # of headaches per day seems to be starting to decline.
Is it possible I got whiplash even I really never got any neck pain?
Also flipper326... just curious what type of exercises did the doctor have your daughter do?
The exercises were simple little things like standing tall with her arms straight down her sides and feet together. Then see had to move her head slowly up and down (chin to chest and back up as far as it would go) with her eyes open. Then she had to do it again with them closed. The exercises she did at the center I cannot even begin to describe.
It is possible to have whip lash and not have neck pain....as headaches and even shoulder and back pains can also be the symptoms.
It is something you may want to rule out.....
Good luck at the Dr appointment.