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Ran into a closed glass door. Nose flattened, breathing difficulty, pain, constant headache. Something wrong?

Hi I ran into a closed glass door a week ago. I don t remember much of the incident but I did get small bruising under my eyes. I also felt extremely sick and was vomiting for at least 12 hours afterwards. My nose did not bleed but I have had a constant headache , I also have noticed today that one side of my nose seems to have flattened and I have what feels like a crack down the front of my skull to the same side as the flattened nostral. It has been difficult to breath through and feels like something is moving around and painful when I move the tip of my nose. What do you think is wrong?
Asked On : Thu, 10 Jan 2013
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thank you.
x-ray of the nasal septum & skull should be done to exclude any fracture.
if you have constant headache then go for a CT scan. it will help you to exclude extra or subdural hematoma.
Answered: Fri, 11 Jan 2013
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