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Head injury, headache, nausea, throbbing pain on moving head too fast. Cause of concern?

I fell and hit my head overtwenty four hours ago and had aserious headache and was slightly nauseas. The nurse that works there took my vitals and said I was fine but if my headache continued in the morning to go see a doctor. I didnt wake up with one but got off and on headaches with throbbing pain if i moved my head to fast. Should I be concerned?
Asked On : Fri, 31 Aug 2012
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Headache and nausea persisting even 24 hours after an head injury is a cause for concern. You should get evaluated by a doctor. He may ask for a scan to see if everything is alright. Some injuries to the head are notorious for making their appearance sometime after the injury and not immediately.
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