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Head injury, lump and cut on head, vomiting, fever. Treatment?

Hi I was bending over to get something and when I stood up I hit my head really hard on a eletric box..It left a big lump and a cut about a inch long... It wasent really bleeding so I went about my day now its the next day and I have been throwing up and feeling really overheated and just feeling pretty crapy... Not sure if this was from hitting my head or mabe just the heat from being outside some....?
Asked On : Sun, 22 Jul 2012
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dear ryde, hello
when your hand banged on the electric box with a strong impact, it can result in injury called concussion. It can result in some confusion, irritation , tramsient memory loss, headache ,etc.
This condition usually resolves by itself by giving proper rest to body- both physical and cognitive.
but if your problem persists, contact medical advice immediately.
Answered: Thu, 13 Sep 2012
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