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Recurrent head injury - Online Doctor Chats

Date : 13-Jan-2012
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Doctor :   hi
User :   hello there
Doctor :  
Doctor :  
please proceed
User :   I recently found out that my girlfriend was beaten many rimes over the head with a heavy astray some 10 years ago. She had lots of blood running out of her head and felt very dizzy. I have heard that people can suffer damage many years after such trauma (such as Traumatic Aneurysms, ((Chronic)) haematomas, Intracranial pressure, seizures, etc).

Is there a possibility of any of these, or other conditions that could show themselves after such a long time ago?
Doctor :  
is she fine?
Doctor :   now?

Doctor :  
whats ur age?
User :   yes she seem fine, just a bit worried about the possibility of the above
User :   34 years
Doctor :  
dont worry
User :   ok thanks
Doctor :  
nothing like that will be there
Doctor :  
whats her age?
User :   she is 34
Doctor :  
Doctor :  
Doctor :  
nothing to worry
User :   ok, thanks for your help
Doctor :   welcome

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Doctor :   u there?
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