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Head injury, dried blood, no vomiting. Applied ice and polysporin. Have tender lump. Help

hello, I hit my head on a tree branch while jogging. I felt dazed for a few moments but continued running. afterwards I checked only to see dry blood the size of a beauty mark above my temple. I had no throwing up or fainting , and added ice and polysporin to the wound. hours later I have a small bump and the area is tender. help?
Asked On : Sun, 16 Sep 2012
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DEAR FRIEND ,
NO NEED TO WORRY IT IS MINOR SCALP HAEMATOMA IT WILL GO ON ITS OWN . IF HEADACHE VOMITINS OR SEIZURES OCCUR THEN U MAY REQUIRE CT HEAD
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