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Pupils dilated, pain, dizziness after being hit on the head. Danger?

Hello, I went to A and E last night because Sunday morning I was out with friends and I got wacked din the head by some men having a fight, the pain in that part of my head really hurts and I ve been sick for two days and still feel sick now, I have a twitchy eye and feel like I m not quite here. just had a bath and I went all dizy when I got out. Been sleeping most of today but still feel ill. The doctor last night didn t even look at my head he said my pupils were dilated and that I needed to just go home and rest. i m worried its something more.
Wed, 7 Aug 2013
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Ophthalmologist 's  Response
If your head had been hurt bad actually I would like a MRI done, before I comment on anything.\. The has to be something more in the upper centers if there is dilated pupils.
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Radiologist Dr. Rajesh Pahwa's  Response
hi dear
thanks for choosing HCM

you were sent back by the doctor as he must be confident that you are under influenceof some psyche altering substances

you might not have emphasised on your head trauma.

my advice to you is to get a CTscan head done and visit a neurologist
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