Fainted and hit the head. How to know if there is a concussion?
My husband fainted and hit his head at a restaurant tonight. He had played strenuous tennis and then had a margarita which he probably drank too quickly. He also had hot sauce on his food. He seems fine now but is sleeping. I can wake him and his eyes are normal. Can I just wake him every few...
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Episodes of fainting since hit on the head. What could be causing this?
Hi my name is melanie. One month ago I was walking and fainted hitting my head very hard on the concrete sidewalk. I was unconscious and my friends brought me to and I felt fine and went in with my day. Then a week later I got up in the middle of the night and again fainted hitting my head on the...
Donated Plasma. Why did I faint? Hit head. Why am I still dizzy?
Hello. I donated Plasma and shortly after leaving the center I fainted and hit my head hard. I am not sure how long I was out before the man helped me up. After hitting my head it sounded like everyone was talking through water and it took me a min to realize where I was. I went to the ER and...
I fainted and hit my head and now i have head and stomach pains
Your query seems incomplete. Headache may be related to the injury.
I was hit in the chest playing football, about 2-4 mins later, started feeling lighted headed. Dark vision and almost passed out
You had a shock at the time of hit on the chest. It caused a chain of certain hormonal reactions mainly mediated through adrenalin leading to a temporary peripheral dilatation of blood vessels, pooling of blood below the head level etc making you feel light headed and fainted. You need to take rest if mild or consult doctor. Dr C. J. Varghese, firstname.lastname@example.org, +91 9447019733
on friday i fell and hit my forhead and my nose on my cement steps is it normal to have headachs on and off
No, on and off headaches after a hit top the head may indicate fracture to the skull. Do get your self examined soon.
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