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Blacked out after hit on head. Why the severe headaches?

i hit my head pretty hard 3 days ago. I don t remember much of that night so i must have blacked out, but not the whole night. I was very confused in the morning when I woke up. I had a terrible headache in the place I hit my head (top right/center). I felt exhausted and couldn t move because I was in so much head pain. The day after that, I was feeling back to normal but that night I had a severe headache and couldn t sleep till 2 am. It is now day 3 and I am having trouble breathing but I have asthma so maybe that s why. I don t know if i should go to the doctors if they re just going to tell me to ice my head. What are your suggestions?
Asked On : Sat, 22 Sep 2012
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IT IS VERY IMPORTANT TO GO TO NDOCTOR AND GET YOUR HEAD SCANNING
AS YOUR HISTORY SAYS PLEASE DONT BE LAZY
IN THESE CONDITIONS WE ALWAYS GET HEAD SCAN PLAIN
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