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Pain in the head on a specific spot. Had an injury in the past. Can I take an aspirin? On celebrex

57 years old. Have odd pain on top of head in a specific spot. It happens to to be the same place that I bumped on the cabinet about 2 months ago. At the time really hurt and bruised but healed. Now suddenly that spot has started a dull ache and feels like cold water on the spot inside head. Not sure if I should take an aspirin . I take Celebrex for arthritic knees and back. Have not taken Celebrex today.
Asked On : Mon, 4 Mar 2013
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General Surgeon 's  Response
Apr 2013
Hi welcome to health care magic forum.
Thank you for the query.
This is probably process of normal wound healing and haematoma resorption so you dont have to be worried. You can apply some ice for 10 minutes or some painkiller such as brufen. Dont take aspirine for now as it has antiagregatory function so this haematoma could progress. Wish you good health.
Answered: Sun, 2 Jun 2013
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