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Head injury, loss of memory, nausea after drinking alcohol, swollen forehead. Cure?

Last night around 10 pm I hit my head really hard and didn t remember anything this morning. I was drinking and I was throwing up this morning, due to drinking too much. It is now 24 hours after hitting my head and I still don t feel very good. It is swollen on my forehead and I kind of still feel nauseas. What should I do?
Asked On : Thu, 18 Oct 2012
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Hi Ashleyann,
Thanks for writing your query.
There can be a possibility that you suffered a concussion due to the head injury.
Concussion heals by itself by giving proper rest to the body. During this rest period you should not even watch television or text message.
It takes few days to weeks for complete recovery.
If your symptoms persists, get a scan of your head done and consult a Neurophysician.
Hope this is helpful to you.
Answered: Thu, 18 Oct 2012
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