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Hit on head, tingling fingers, bumps appeared, neck and head hurts, no headache. Should go for treatment?

i hit my head very hard 6 hours ago, strange thing was my head to my fingers went tingly, but my head was not bad. I mean I fell back from wheelchair onto concrete step. So I would think it would hurt. Now my neck hurts, and when I put my head up my base of my head hurts. Should I just leave it or should I go get it looked at. Feel funny but not sick or even a headache . Bump with cut but no headache.
Asked On : Tue, 12 Jun 2012
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It seems from the history that you had a injury to the head after falling from wheel chair. The symptoms you are having like tingling fingers, bumps on the head and pain in the neck does not seem to be serious and do not indicate concussion head injury.
These symptoms will decrease by treatment with analgesics and anti-inflammatory drugs.

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