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Dent on skull, been stressed. Can they be related?

Hi I I been having a lot of stress lately and I cut my hair last week and I saw a lil dent on my skull and I m petty sure I did t hit my head with anything, so I was wondering I if the reason why is becouse the stress I been having or if it was becouse I just also got done with migrant and allergies my mouse was plugged very bad and I will blow my nose out to clean them.. I m a lil worry becouse I didn t have this dents before... Any answers will help thank you!!!! I had to Edit my question and all I wanna say is that thanks but I don t have any money if I did I will go to the doctor thanks anyways
Asked On : Fri, 1 Mar 2013
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Psychiatrist 's  Response
Dec 2014
Hello abe-89
Welcome to HCM

There is nothing to worry. The dent is pretty normal, due to development impressions are formed on skull and the dent is probably that. So nothing to worry. Regarding the allergy in not and blocked nose please take steam 2-3 times a day, do warm saline gargles and you can take OTC antiallergic drugs to get symptomatic relief. Don't think about the dent again and again as it is a normal incidental finding.
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Answered: Sat, 2 Mar 2013
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