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Pain in the temple, bruised vein. Should I be concerned?
Hi, I have pain in my left temple. It feels similar to a bruise when touched. Soft touch or hard touch feels about about the same. The vein appears to be slightly more visible on the sensitive side than the other but there is no visible bruising. I have not hit my head or face . Should I be...
Swelling and lump in eye. Do i need to worry ?
I got punched in the side of my right eye and it caused some swelling and bruising throughout my whole eye and the side of it near my temple. Its been 7 days and the swelling is gone and the bruising is also going away but ive developed a lump on the
Child was hit on head. Has bruise. Should I be concerned?
My 2 year old daughter was hit by our 6 year old daughter in the head near the temple this afternoon with a baseball bat. She was hit with what I'd consider medium force as the older child does not possess the ability to swing the bat hard. That said, there is a small bruise at the site of...
Head injury, headache, seeing black spots. Should I be concerned?
My son got hit in the head today while at bat in his baseball game...the ball hit the helmet pretty hard, causing the helmet to leave an indentation and bruise on his upper cheek and temple...he had a headache and is now seeing black spots when he closes his eyes to go to bed...should I be...
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