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Head injury near eye brow, swollen lump, headache, pain behind right eye. Medical attention needed?

Hi, i got hit on the right side of my head kinda near my eye brow on the right side and i got a little egg on it and its been three days now and i have had a slight headache in that area were i got hit. Even behind my right eye i have this slight headache. I have not called my dr or anything and dont know if i should go. Please help.
Asked On : Tue, 15 Jan 2013
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The headache persisting 3 days after a hit warrants medical attention. Though it may just be due to superficial injury and all that is need may be analgesic. However it is a very vital area and since the pain is there behind the eye also, so a check up by doctor to rule out any serious internal injuries is advisable. Underlying injuries may not be very obvious and care examination is needed. If required CT scan may be done to establish that everything is fine for the eye and the brain.
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Answered: Tue, 15 Jan 2013
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