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Fatigue, dizziness and pressure in the head after head being hit. Neck pain. What should I do?

I ran into somebody yesterday and they are a lot bigger than me and the force made me fall back onto my head. The rest of the day, I was dizzy and felt pressure on my head and I was fatigue and I also saw stars. Today, the side of my neck hurts really badly and when I lay down, I can t get up on my own. What should I do?
Asked On : Wed, 6 Mar 2013
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I am Dr Mbong. I am sorry to hear about the fall. The symptoms your describe make me think you probably have some head and or neck problems from the collision and fall.

It may be a simple brain commotion (due to the brain moving from the collision and for which the symptoms will go away with time) or (and I hope not) a probable cranial box or neck bone trauma/fracture which can cause other severe complications.

PLEASE rush to the ER for consultation, proper investigation and treatment. You may need a brain scan.

Wish u quick recovery,

Dr Mbong
Answered: Wed, 6 Mar 2013
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