Thanks for your query.
due to a blunt bony injury
, often take a long time to go away. Lumps- caused due to injury- may have been due to bleeding in the soft tissues of the scalp
Further, a hair-fracture
of the skull cannot be ruled out as the cause of persistent episodes of headaches at injury sites.
I would therefore recommend that you undergo a CT/MRI
of the skull to confirm that there is no serious bony injury/hair-fracture.
On the other hand, Migraines are quite common in pregnancy
. Migraine headaches most frequently occur on the sides of the head. Presence of presenting symptoms of migraine, such as, lasting for hours, presence of nausea/vomiting
, intolerance to light- would confirm pregnancy induced migraines.
Consult your doctor and apprise him of my opinion. I am certain that he agree with me, order CT/MRI (taking due precautions in view of pregnancy), and- based on the reports- will prescribe suitable treatment as advised.
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