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Intense nausea, dizzy after hitting head on shower. Signs of internal bleeding ?

Hello, I wanted to know if there are any tell-tale signs of internal bleeding after you have hit your head. This morning, I had an episode of anxiety while in the shower and passed out as a result and ended up hitting my head on the shower faucet (I hit my head just above the eyebrow). I believe I was out only for a little bit before I came to. Afterward, I had intense nausea and was pretty dizzy but I usually expereince this in the wake of an anxiety attack. These feelings went away after about an hour or two. Should I be concerned?
Asked On : Sat, 22 Sep 2012
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Dear Dbathmann, hello
Internal head injury can show any of the following symptoms:-
1. Loss of conscioussness
2. Bleeding from nose and ear
3. Nausea and vomiting
4. Irritability and confusion
5. Loss of memory
6. Difficulty in walking
7. Persistent headache
8. Dizziness
It is advisable that you have a scan of your head, if symptoms appear or persists, and consult your Neurophysician. Also give proper rest to your body.
Answered: Wed, 26 Sep 2012
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