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Hit back of head after falling. Had vomitting, diarrhoea during midnight. Normal symptoms?

Boyfriend slipped on ice yesterday hit the back of his head. Was dizzy and nauseous right away. I put I don his head and had him lay down head above heart . Checked pupils throughout the day and they always reacted the same. Only gave him 2 Tylenol . All night I woke up him every hour and he knew name where he was etc. but hardly slept or rested because was puking and diahrea most of the midnight hours. Is the puking and diahrea normal symptoms? He did eat dinner and I m thinking that wasn t a good idea
Asked On : Tue, 26 Feb 2013
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Hi ! It is good to see that you did a very good observation work on your boy friend after the head injury. The vomiting might have been related to the head injury, but the diarrhea is not related to the head injury. Both the vomiting and diarrhea could be due to eating from outside resulting in food poisoning. You can consult your family physician who may give him some appropriate antibiotics which will cure his present problem. Wishing him an early recovery.
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