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Hurt my head few days back. Having occasional pain. Is this something serious? Concerned?

I hit the top of my head on the roof of my car on the drivers side as I was getting in 3 wks ago.

1 week later, I gradually started to feel pain in my right middle ear, headache's occasionally, hurts to chew on food and swallow and when my back teeth grind. I went to the ent doc coz I had forgotten about the incident with the car.... I thought I may have had an ear infection. I did not.

so now... after it dawned on me what happened since it wasn't an ear infection, or teeth issue or tmj... I was feeling the top of my head and realized it kinda hurt on top... that is when I recalled the incident etc etc and put the rest of the symptoms together.

do u know if it will go away on its own? or what can I do to heal it? thanks
That's what the ent doc said but he didn't know of the car incident, since I didn't think about it then which I had gone to him 2 wks later after hitting my head.and I just realized it this morning..
Asked On : Wed, 24 Apr 2013
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If its not the ear infection, teeth or TMj then we need to go for the radiology to see if in case you got a minor fracture, even to rule out involvement of TMJ we need to go for some investigations hope you are already through with them.
My advise for you in this regard is see an orthopaedic surgeon, the best person to deal with your case in case of history of injury..

Feel free to ask any other queries you have

Wish you a speedy recovery to health

Rajinder Singh
Answered: Wed, 24 Apr 2013
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