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Head injury, tingling sensation on head, different hair growth patterns. Chances of aneurysm?

i fell of my stairs about five feet up and hit my head on the concrete about five years ago the whole side of my face was black and blue. The doctor told me i had nerve damage and it will eventually come back but didn t do any test to see if therer was bleeding or anything. I now feel a tingaling on my head and my hair growth is different on that side of my head is this something that i should be concerned with, I am concerned that i may have an anurism... thank you
Asked On : Mon, 3 Dec 2012
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The hair growth pattern in the scalp is unlikely to be due to an aneurysm. Dis you have an open injury to the scalp that caused scarring and therefore the hair there is different? As far as the tingling is concerned, it may be worthwhile to consult a doctor who can get a detailed history and do a clinical examination to see if there are any concerns. Why do you worry if you have an aneurysm? IS there any family history of aneurysms? IF so, please mention this to your doctor who would consider doing a scan for that.

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