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Hit on the back of head, immediately felt pain in ears, bump on the back of head, have continuous pain in jaw near ears since then. Serious?

Hi Doctor, I just fell from a high chair and knock the back of my head. I was on my back on the floor for a couple of minutes. Immediately I felt pain in my ears and there was a bump on the back of my head. I took some ice and pack on the bump and the places that hurt like my jaw and my ears. It happened an hour ago. Since then I took my bath and I still pain in my jaw near the ears. Did I hurt myself badly on the inside?
Asked On : Wed, 26 Sep 2012
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General & Family Physician 's  Response
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Hi..Cyndiblue.., since there was no bleeding from the ears, or decreased hearing in the affected ear, there is no chances of major problem.., the symptoms of pain will subside by 3 to 4 days..
if you feel dizziness, decreased sound, then you can consult ENT specialist..

Take care..
Answered: Wed, 26 Sep 2012
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