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Have vomiting. Done CT scan. What is wrong?

Last night around 7pm my son had a hard fall and hit the back of his head. We took him to the er with no major problems. The CT scan came back with no issues. We took him home and slept through the night with only interuption from us to make sure he was still ok and to ask for water. The following day in the afternoon he vomited. When we were being released we were in a waiting room with a little girl that had a container to vomit in if she felt the urge. I am now wondering if it was that injury or now an illness that is causing the problem.
Asked On : Thu, 18 Apr 2013
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Thank God first. After a fall, your son's CT was normal. At that time after the fall your son did not have- headache, nausea and vomiting and loss of consciousness - which are usually the symptoms of head injury with internal problems. Of course CT was normal. Your son vomited the next day afternoon. This is nothing to worry as CT was normal. Forget the other girl's vomiting
My advise is a review by the Neuro Surgeon once again today will be useful and if he advises repeat CT scan.
best wishes
Answered: Thu, 18 Apr 2013
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