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Hit above ear, dizziness, blurred vision, painful jaw and mouth, sharp pains. What can I do?

I was hit just above and side of left ear.this caused dizzy and blurred vision . Painful to move jaw and mouth,especially chewing. this continued for a few days then settled. The accident was 4 weeks ago. I saw my GP(2 weeks ago) who says it was a probablefracture and I had haematoma on area.I was told there was no need for a scan/ x-ray . However I am still hving unusual pain in the area inside feels sharp from time to time. I have felt out of sorts and slow! I have continued at work. Last night I could not sleep due to the pain. I am stil having these sharp pains in between ache. please advice. many thanks nicola
Asked On : Sun, 13 Jan 2013
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  User's Response
if this happened due to accident it can be completely cured by homoeopathy nothing to worry we have very deep effective medicine for head , internal organ injuries
Answered: Tue, 15 Jan 2013
  User's Response
Iam a Homeopathic doctor,
first u do scan in the painful site
Answered: Fri, 25 Jan 2013
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