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Lump on the forehead after being hit. Pain getting worse. Need to get checked?

Hi, a toy was thrown to my forehead more than a month ago. A lump occured and disappeared after a few days. Whenever I get a headache , it aches there. If I touch where it hit me, it still hurts. Right now I have a cold and my sinus are infected and the pain is more severe. Should I get it checked? if so, how urgent is it?
Asked On : Tue, 26 Feb 2013
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Hi ! The pain could be due to inflammation of the sinuses and cold you got. As the lump has disappeared there does not seem to be any urgency. This may also be alright in due course with some anti inflammatory drugs for a few days. However, if it does not, then you may have to consult your family physician initially who can decide on further course of action after examining you clinically.
Take care.
Answered: Sun, 9 Jun 2013
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