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Head injury, scratch behind head, mild pain, irritable behavior. Taken tylenol, no relief. History of sinus, allergies. Treatment?

I was accidentally hit the head on friday morning standing behind my brother in law and well it drove me back on my rear into a end table needless to say hitting the back of my head on the table got a little scratch on the back of my head. But the question is that my head has hurt ever since then it is a mild pain but irritating and making me irritable ive taken Tylenol but im unable to take motrin and the pain is making me miserable and feel blah also my sinuses due to allergies doesn t help
Asked On : Thu, 12 Apr 2012
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It is best to show it to a doctor. U have to be careful of infection and other variants in trauma. Mild concussion would not hurt more than a few hrs. If the pain is localised then u can have local application of lignocaine. If u feel the whole head hurts then u need doctors help. Also need therapy for sinuses - Nelson's inhaler with 0.5 % Tincture Benzoin is gr8 remedy early morning for 3-4 weeks
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