Hi and thanks for the question,
With a history or cranial trauma, headache and nausea could indicative of a concussion
or signs of intracranial hypertension
. Considering the fact that the symptoms aggravate as the days go by, I would suggest that cerebral hemorrage should be excluded.
Confusion, headache, nausea and at times jet like vomiting
, associated with visual abnormalities of post traumatic origin are signs of intracranial hypertension. Left untreated or undiagnosed, the process might continue and could lead to coning. This is a fatal condition tat could lead to death at times.
In your, I suggest a CT scan
of the brain should be done to exclude any cerebral hemorrage. Consulting your neurosurgeon or neurologist
for a proper clinical evaluation and correlation with CT scan results will be of very good clinical relevance. Thanks and best regards as I hope this helps,