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Head injury. Headache, pain in temple, eye pain. Worried

about 5 months ago i fell and bang my head and the ground (to the right side of my temple). I didnt even have time to put my hands out to save myself so it was a full force fall. I naturally felt sore the next day, but I also felt sick, this continued for a few days. I didnt go to a doctor. I have however, been having headaches , like tension headaches right across my forehead . Yesterday though, on my way home from work, i real severe pain shot from what seemed like my right temple right over my head. A few moments later, I had a severe pain in my left eye which throbed a few times. What really has me worried, is that I went to an exercise class and had to stop and hold my head in my hands, as the pain right across from temple to temple was so severe. Am I being silly by NOT going to a doctor? I dont like bothering doctors for no apparent reason
Asked On : Fri, 1 Feb 2013
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Hi welcome to HCM
Thanks for posting your query
Continue headache after head injury should be evaluated by physical examination and imaging
As your headache worsening you have to consult to a may be a symptoms of concusion or you local collection of blood along outer surface of brain ( subdural/extra dural hematoma)
Throbbing eye pain after head injury also worrying .
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get well soon
Answered: Sat, 2 Feb 2013
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