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Numbness in head, pressure in eye socket, tiredness, disorientation. Bleeding around eye. Should I see my GP?

hi i hit the boot off my car off my head last week, since then its as if my head is numb and i feel pressure in my eye socket I also feel a bit tired and disorientated some of the time, i never got it checked but had an eye appointment on saturday and they saw a very small bleed around my eye which is not connected to a vessel. should i see my gp the prob is i am on holiday and will be here for another two weeks
Asked On : Sun, 5 Aug 2012
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please clarify whether disorientation means double vision
are you able to see clearly with both of your eyes and your eyes can move in all directions?
if only pain and tiredness you are feeling then do cold fomentation of your eye ball with ice and take analgesic like diclofenac
if you have more problem visit an ophthalmologist specially if vision problem or diplopia or else relax
take care
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