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Head injury, large bump behind head, nausea, tiredness, dizziness. Treatment options?

i was falling backwards trying to stop i ended up falling and my head hit the cement I had a very big bump an the back of my head. the swelling went down the next day but i was nauseous and tired and dizzy the first few days now its been 12 days and i still am getting dizzy seems to be when moving head up or down or sudden movements
Asked On : Sun, 23 Dec 2012
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General & Family Physician 's  Response
Dec 2012
You are having a mild head injury and you will require a cranion-cephalic CT scan in order to rule out any possibility of intracranial hemorrhage which could be fatal if is developing gradual into a large hematoma. Small fracture of the cranium could also have occur. Normally the symptoms related to the injury should have subsided by now or exist in a very very mild proportion.
So I suggest you run to your doctor right away so he can do a quick evaluation and send you for CT.

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Answered: Sun, 23 Dec 2012
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