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Hematoma caused by head injuries - Online Doctor Chats

Date : 13-Jan-2012
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User :   Hello
Doctor :   Hi
User :   Can you help me please
Doctor :  
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Doctor :  
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User :   about 6 weeks ago on friday i was playing basketball, the basketball hit me on the head. I was fine that evening and on the saturday i woke up with a big headache. It's been going on for these 6 weeks. I have had a bit of nausea aswell. It's been giving me headaches all over my head
User :   sometimes painful sometimes duller
User :   and i went to the doctors about 2 weeks ago, she checked my eyes and ears and said there was nothing wrong.
User :   It's still been going on and its really bugging me
User :   i really want to get rid of it
User :   do you think it can be a mild cuncussion?
User :   i havent blacked out or anything.
Doctor :   it is not concussion

Doctor :   you require CT scan examination of the head
User :   What is the worse it could be?
User :   do you think i will be fine? do yout hink it will go away after lots of rest and fluids?
Doctor :   a hair line fracture or a delayed hematoma or just anxiety
User :   hematoma what is that?
Doctor :   hematoma is the blood collection which happens after an injury
User :   will that be ok?

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