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Pain in the head, brain injury. Surgery suggested. Any other treatment?

My friend suffer brain injury.. He is only 20 years old.. He usually feel pain at the back of his head.. This prevent him from doing his regular activity and also in studying.. His doctor said that he need to do operation but he can't afford it due to family problem.. So, i would like to know is there anything he can do.. Or maybe he can eat in his diet to help healing his injury..
Asked On : Sat, 27 Apr 2013
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The exact nature of head injury causing his symptoms need to be known. The doctor who has evaluated suggested operation, so he will probably need operation. The diet is unlikely to be able to heal injury of the head. For pain he can take analgesics. Depending on the nature of injury, he may do some physiotherapy. Other physical therapies like hot/cold compresses can also help.
Good luck.
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