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Headache before hitting head on wall, taken Advil. Want to make sure I do not have concussion

I hit my head about an hour ago on my wall. I had a headache before I hit my wall but I was just sitting back onto my pillows and hit my wall. It didn t seem to hit way to hard. The headache did get worse so I took a couple advil . I want to make sure I do not have a concussion and can get some sleep since its 2:22 Am. I am a hypocrondriac.
Asked On : Fri, 6 Jul 2012
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I am pretty sure that there is no concussion. It can be easily ruled out if you do not have a visible swelling in your skull.

To rule out internal concussion on the brain, a plain CT of the brain is the investigation of choice. You may get one done to confirm.

Please relax and try to rest.

Apply ice packs on the area where you hit your head to the wall.

Get well soon.

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