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Hit head on wood shelf. Have headache, nauseas, and sensitive eyes to bright light. Suggestion?

2 days ago me and my family went out to get a tree it was raining hard so i went under the shack, I dropped something and i went to pick it up.I came back up really fast because i was mad that day. But when i did i hit my head really hard on the wood shelf.After that I had a little head ache for about 5 minutes. but for the past two day I have been getting mild headaches and feel nauseas, my eyes are sensitive to bright light and all my symptoms get a little worse when im using the computer. By the way I am 12, but should I be worried?
Asked On : Sat, 8 Dec 2012
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Allergist and Immunologist 's  Response
yes this sould be cleared in my opinion as there can be internal bleeding in under layers of skin or haematom formation which can be cause of headache and nausea
i suggest you to consult the doctor and go for tsts and ct scan to find out if everything is normal and go for sympatomatic treatment if nothing comes out
Answered: Thu, 21 Nov 2013
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