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Head hit on wall, shelf and table, have headache, reduces with medicines, become less active, sleepy, problem in concentrating, while sleeping headaches on points where hit

In a single day (10th May, 2012), my head got hit by the wall, by the shelf an from the table. I have headache which on taking medicine reduces but with time it aches with the same intensity. I have become less active and i just feel like sleeping or resting. I don t feel like doing any work which needs concentration/focus or energy. When i sleep on my pillow my head aches at those point where it has been hit. Kindly suggest some care and medicines as I have my examinations in the coming week. Thank you.
Asked On : Tue, 15 May 2012
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please use arnica 200 morning, kali phose 200 inthe evening and natrum mure 200 at bed time.your are required get ensured from radiology deptt of your nearest hospital that there is no head injury inside before the start of homeo prescribed remedies.
dr.mohsin madni
Answered: Wed, 16 May 2012
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