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Head injury, bump on head, diziness. Should I get it checked?

Over a month ago i got hit in the back of the head with a basketball (accidental) and a bump on the back right of my head arose, its still here after over a month im just wondering whether i should get it checked out or just wait to see if it goes, at the start i was getting dizziness and head spins but now no symptoms are present.
Asked On : Fri, 7 Sep 2012
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DEAR FRIEND ,
NO NEED TO WORRY IT WAS AMINOR CONCUSSION IT WILL GO ON ITS OWN . BUMP IS RESOLING HAEMATOMA , NOTHING MUCH TO WORRY. IF HEADACHE VOMITINS, INCREASE IN SIZE OF SWELLING OR SEIZURES OCCUR THEN U MAY REQUIRE CT HEAD
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Answered: Sat, 8 Sep 2012
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