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I hit my head 10 days ago and now my it hurts too much

I hit my head 10 days ago and have VERy unusual symptom now!!! I hit my head about 10 days ago... but now when I raise my eyebrows, it hurts like the skin is pulling at something, right where I hit my head.. it s truly annoying and nonstop as I raise my eybrows alot. It s about 3 inches above my left eye about an inch in from the hairline. I hit my head on a door frame when turning around... initially it hurt and was a bit swollen for a few days but no headaches, dizziness , vomiting.... why now all of a sudden would my skull/scalp be hurting/??
Asked On : Sun, 10 Apr 2011
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welcome to healthcaremagic
Does it hurt only when you pull your eyebrow? or some other times also?at night also?
Did swollen part cyanosed -blue earlier?
Did you applied icepack then?
Do you have fever? redness over the injury now?
Because brain injuries can be life threatening, even people with apparently slight injuries, with no noticeable signs or complaints, require close observation
Get yourself examined by a Doctor.
Wish you good health
Answered: Tue, 28 Jun 2011
Psychiatrist Dr. Ashish Mittal's  Response
Welcome to HealthcareMagic Forum

There may be multiple possibilities in case:
> Irritation of nerves
> Presence of anxiety and stress in current life situation leading to spasm in forehead muscles. In presence of history of trauma, concern area become more sensitive for spasm due to stress.

From your description head injury not appeared to severe enough to cause brain damage. Have adequate sleep. Relaxation exercises like deep breathing exercises will help you.

Wish you Good Health
Answered: Tue, 28 Jun 2011
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