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Head injury, ear redness, eye weakness, blurred vision, random throbbing headaches. Cure?

Hi just trying to find out as I hit the back of my head last night and my ears went red, also when I hit my head it felt like I hit it twice but I only did it once, I tried sleeping it off but the whole of today my eyes feel like they tired and and a little out of focus, I also feel like my ears need to pop. I haven t had a headache as such but I have had small amounts of random throbbing during the day and about two small sharp pains. Thanks
Asked On : Thu, 1 Nov 2012
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Hello Dear
Thanks for your query

I would suggest you to immediately get a check up from a neurologist . You need to get a CT scan of brain done to see if there is intracranial hemorrhage.Dont neglect.Better to visit a neurocentre as soon as possible.

Hope this helps.

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Take care.
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