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Head and neck injury, no concussion, mild stomach upset, ear pain, cough. Related symptoms?

My son, 10, hit his head and neck into the boards during a hockey game on Saturday. He was evaluated by doctors after it happened and we were told he did not have a concussion . He practiced the past 2 days, and only felt very mild stomach upset but no headache or dizzyness. Today he is complaining of an ear ache. Can this be related? He has also had a bit of a cough, but nothing major, no stuffy nose or sore throat .
Asked On : Sat, 20 Oct 2012
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Hello, thank you for communicating with us for your problem. As per the brief history you have given us it is possible that there may be trauma in the ear which may present late. so I would suggest you to consult the E.N.T Specialist as on examination the findings may be different and line of treatment may have to be changed. Please don’t hesitate to consult and ask for any more queries. I will be pleased to answer.
With best wishes for a speedy cure
Dr Ajay Lavania
Answered: Tue, 26 Nov 2013
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