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Got hit on a cement pillar and now having a bumps and black eyes

My fiance hit his head on a cement pillar and had a seizure directly after that on Thursday.. He has a HUGE bump on his forehead and a black eye @ first but now his other eye has a black eye as well. He is curious as to how to get rid of the bump or why it has not gone down yet. The incident happend almost a week ago. Also after he hit his head he was brought to the e.r. and had another siezure there and was admitted we left the hospital June 3,2011.. incident was on June 2,2011. Thanks for any kind of help :0)
Asked On : Wed, 8 Jun 2011
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The bump may have resulted from blood collecting in a space. It should disappear in a couple of weeks if uncomplicated or if the Doctors plan to drain it, depending upon the type of substance in the bump. Follow the Doctor's orders carefully. Do consult the Doctor regarding this to estabilish a proper solution.
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