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Head injury, headache, eye pain, ear blockage. Taken tylenol. Treatment for symptoms?

I hit my head 2 days ago on the pool gate in our backyard.It hit me in the right side of the head about the forehead .I was a more shocked then anything.It hurt all night after and a little headache yesterday took 3 Tylenol and went away.Today haven t had a headache.Just having a popping feeling on the right side when I got to talk more or less like my ear doesn t want to stay open.Plus a little eye pain but nothing to bad.Am I freaking myself out more then anything or should I go to ER or make appt with my doctor..
Asked On : Sun, 29 Jul 2012
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I Suppose you did not have any episode of loss of consciousness at the time of impact.
A little eye pain can be an impact of the injury. But just notice that you do not have severe headache, vomiting or blurring of vision.
Also I presume there has been no ear bleed so far as you have not mentioned.
Get a CT Scan brain (plain) done to rule out any intracranial injury.
You can see an ER for further clinical evaluation.
Answered: Sun, 12 Aug 2012
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