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Head injury, loss of consciousness, severe headaches, blurred vision, slurred speech. Treatment options?

Hi,last year my daughter ran me over w her go cart,I fell & busted my head open,was unconcious 4 about 6 hours,when I woke up,the dr stapled my head closed,& sent me home.since then I suffer from severe headaches that don go away w asprin,severe fatigue , blurred vision ,& recently notice that sometimes when I talk,my speech starts 2 slurr a little,& got a sharp needle type pain in my right shoulder,& my neck vein popped way out?
Asked On : Sat, 26 Jan 2013
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think you shall need to have a CT scan done. Its advisable to be sure that there are no lesions in your brain. At times, there are what is called chronic blot clots that can from and produce the sysmptoms you are presenting with. It shall also be advisable to have X rays of the cervical spine (necK) to exclude any associated lesions.
Advise yuou to consult your neurosurgeon or neurologist for a proper clinical examination and follow up.
Thanks as I wish you the best in health,
Luchuo, MD
Answered: Sun, 27 Jan 2013
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