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Bumps formed after head got hit. Body, head sore, on and off headaches. Is it concussion?

Hi I m Ana got hit on the head several times feel 3 bumps or so one on the side of my head that is starting to ach it s been exactly 44hrs later it was a fight unnessasary fight and my neck my whole body is sore and the bottom of my head is sore bad and now I m getting a off and on headache please if someone could tell me if this is a concussion ? Or if I have to be seen ASAP it s not that bad of a headache but the Paine is there off and on thank you to anyone that can answer my question or email me YYYY@YYYY
Asked On : Thu, 15 Nov 2012
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I have gone through your query and understood your concerns. You didnt mentioned about any nausea or vomiting episodes after that or loss of consciousness after the injury if so then you need to rush out to the hospital and have a CT brain done. If not then take a tylenol and take res nothing to worry much if it still persists then consult your doctor. Thank you.
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