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Fell and hit head, have Headache and dizziness. CT scan normal. What this could be?

I went snowboarding in vermont 5 days ago and fell back on my head with a helmet on and it brought out a headache . I got up just fine and continued to get down the hill. When I came home that same night I was fine but woke up the next morning with a headache and heavy head. I also woke up the following day with a headache and heavy/foggy head. I got a cat scan that came back good but now I am dizzy and fatigued along with a heavy/ foggy head. I also woke up last night with a cold brain feeling and had the chills somewhat. Any idea what this could be?
Asked On : Mon, 14 Jan 2013
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Hi there,

Thanks for your query. I appreciate your concerns.

From the information provided, you had suffered from Brain concussion. The problems that you are passing through, are due to effects of brain concussion.

There is nothing to be alarmed, as the brain takes little time to recover. You will be all right in 7-10 days' time (from the day of injury).

No treatment, except for pain-killers for headache, is required.

Give rest to the brain by avoiding watching TV or working on the computer.

I am sure that you will benefit from the advice. Don't forget to RATE my answer.

Have a speedy recovery and a good health

Dr.(Col) R Karanwal

Answered: Mon, 14 Jan 2013
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