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Tingling bump on back of head, no sickness or headache. Is this normal?

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I had a bad bump and cut to the back of my head 4 weeks ago and can still feel the area quite tender and tingling is this normal healing I did not seek medical attention at the time I have had no sickness or headache and otherwise feel well.
Tue, 5 Feb 2013 in Head Injuries
Answered by Dr. Srikanth Reddy 2 hours later
Thanks for choosing health care magic for posting your query.
head injuries should be considered serious if you have:
1) Vomiting
2) Double Vision
3) Convulsion
4) Un-responsiveness
If you did not have any of these symptoms, then you need not worry much. Tenderness and tingling sensation are a part of normal healing but they occuring at the end of 4 weeks is something abnormal. It should have healed until now.
You need to see a surgeon who can examine the local area and probably start you on some anti-biotics to help in the healing.
Without examining the area it will be difficult to comment on the reason for tenderness.
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