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Massive lump in the temple after getting punched. Headache, eye pressure, noise sensitive. See the doctor?

hi three weeks ago i got punched about twelve times to my left temple i did not get knocked out there was a massive lump there the next day i could not open my mouth and could not eat for two days i have head pain there all the time and presure and my left eye and cheek feel strange and im light and noise sensetive do you think i should get it checked out thanks scott
Asked On : Wed, 27 Feb 2013
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Hi ! It is already three weeks past the trauma sustained by you, and by this time you should have been normal in case of non significant injury. But your symptoms are still persisting and have rather increased to surrounding vital areas like eyes and ears. Therefore, I would suggest you to get yourself checked initially by your family doctor who may refer you to the concerned specialist if need be.
Wishing you an early recovery.
Answered: Sat, 8 Jun 2013
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