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I am 29 years old female & still worried for internal elbow bleeding & sever pain that I got accidentally

I tripped over and fell down on concrete with back of the head yesterday when i was jogging. My left elbow got bleeding and it was very painful. On the way to my home on foot, I got cold sweating, my hands were very cold and suddenly wanted to pass motion. My vision was weird and i was very weak to move on. These signs were gone after i used the bathroom. I went to the emergency dpt to see the doctor as i really can t stand the pain. The doctor examined my left elbow, did x ray test and gave me some medicines. I have no headache, vomiting, dizziness but i was very sleepy. I didn t go to bed straight away when i got home as i am afraid i don t wake up in the morning. But this morning I woke up as usual and did my daily routine. Although I am ok now, I am still worried for internal bleeding and the signs I had got. I am 29 years old, female and 5 7 tall.
Tue, 21 Jun 2011
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Intracranial bleeding would cause vision disturbance, disturbance in consciousness, vomiting, loss of memory. You need to ideally get a CT scan to confirm but if you feel fine, you may wait. The cold feeling and lose stools were due to pain induced nervous activation which caused the above symptoms. Nothing to worry about the sleep. Relax. Eat healthy. Drink enough water. Keep in touch with your Doctor and take the medication as advised. GOOD LUCK !!!!
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