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Had hit the head. Done MRI, reports normal. Pressure on head and black spot in eye. Any complication?

I fell and hit my head a few years ago, and 2 years ago I had an MRI ...or a CT scan , I can t remember which. But it came back showing no problems. However, I am still feeling a lot of pressure in the back of my head, and my eyes. And quite often see black spots in my left eye vision , and have been getting dizzy spells recently. And when I have to work something out or really think about something I feel like I m not able to really get in to my brain properly. If that makes sense. I m just wondering if I should go back to the doctor? Or if I m being a hypochondriac...
Asked On : Thu, 30 Aug 2012
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Internal Medicine Specialist 's  Response
Jan 2013
Thanks for posting your query.
You should again go for repeat CT/ MRI brain.
Sometimes blood accumulated in subdural space and has the same intensity as the brain has, at times very difficult to differentiate.
You should consult with neurologist also and should take proper treatment.
You should also get your blood pressure as at times raised blood pressure may cause all your described symptoms.
If CT/ MRI is normal then you should consult with psychiatrist.
Tale care,
Dr. Mayank Bhargava
Answered: Thu, 30 Aug 2012
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