Headache from orgasm from menopause. The symptoms are the result of transient subluxation of the atlantoaxial joint that stretches the joint capsule and the c2 ventral ramus, which contains proprioceptive fibers from the tongue originating from the lingual nerve to the hypoglossal nerve to the c2 root. Contributing to sexual dysfunction is damage to nerves and blood vessels critical to sexual function. Effective therapies are readily available for some physical problems. Drug management can be offered. Reported activities include running, rowing, tennis, and swimming. Vasospasm may warrant iv nimodipine.
Red ear syndrome/ auriculo-autonomic cephalgia
My own personal view is that fairly soon you should let your doctor know what’s happened. (the words ‘cephalgia’ and ‘cephalalgia’ are just alternative spellings of a medical word meaning ‘headache’. A less invasive version of this test uses mri or ct, instead of threading a catheter through your blood vessels.