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Head injury, no bleeding, lumps, dizziness, light headed, neck pain. Cause of worry?

While making my sons bed I stood up and hit the top of my head hard off the attic ceiling which is concrete it was very painful tho I wasn t knocked out and was no bleeding or lumps I felt very sick and a little dizzy tht was 2days ago now I am still feeling sick and light headed sort off tired and weak is this normal my head still hurts as does my neck a little its making me feel really down that I have been so silly
Asked On : Tue, 11 Sep 2012
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Neurologist, Surgical 's  Response
DEAR FRIEND ,
NO NEED TO WORRY IT IS MINOR CONCUSSION IT WILL GO ON ITS OWN . IF HEADACHE VOMITINS OR SEIZURES OCCUR THEN U MAY REQUIRE CT HEAD. HOWEVER YOUSHOULD GET XRAY CERVICALSPINE AS A PRECAUTIONARY MEASURE
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Dr. Vineet Saggar (MCh)
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General & Family Physician Dr. V.S.Maan's  Response
HI

it seems to be minor injury , you dont have head injury symptoms like vomiting , nausia, ent bleed, unconsciousness, seizure, as you are not having these symptoms in 2 days after injury, the chanses are less to devlop. for pain you can take analgesic.

if devlop any of above symptoms then take expert advise

take care

DR VSMAAN
Answered: Tue, 11 Sep 2012
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