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Hit head on edge of door, small cut and bleed, taken pain killers, headache. Medicine?

Hi someone hit me and I lost balance so I hit my right side of the head near my right eye at the edge of the door and got a small cut but bled for a while. I took some pain killers and some capsules . it is about a week 4 days since. 3 days ago I started getting headaches once a day and am a bit scared .what medicine should I take?
Asked On : Mon, 9 Apr 2012
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hello welcome to health care magic
The symptoms of a head injury can occur right away, or develop slowly over several hours or days.
did u becomes very drowsy, Behaves abnormally,Develops a severe headache or stiff neck,Loses consciousness, even briefly,Vomits more than once soon after ur injury if so u need to immediately consult near by doctor.if no such symptoms only headache is persisting u need to consult doctor to rule out if any brain/head injury is present.
Answered: Mon, 9 Apr 2012
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