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Recurring stomach cramps, weird taste in mouth that ease with resuming work. Under stress, had a bang on the head. What could be the cause?

Hello, I hit my head 4 days ago (a freezer top hit me, when I opened it and it did not stay in the place where I supported it), since then at morning when I wake up I have stomach cramp and interesting taste in my mouth. To tell the truth on the same day I had a very big argument with my boss (I thought I will get fired), so maybe this can cause the stomach cramp also, but I would like to find out, if I could have a lucid interval, and I should go to a doctor to check it out. Until I am home at morning I feel this stomach cramp (which is lighter every day), but when I start to work, it disappears. So maybe this is just from the stress , because of the argument. I work a lot, and I do not really have time to go to a doctor (at least not for a week). Thanks for Your answer.
Asked On : Thu, 19 Jul 2012
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Hi Aafrica,
when you got hit by the freeze, did you loss consciousness, or do you have headache yet?
If the answer is yes- then get a non contrast CT Brain and consult your physician because you can have a significant traumatic brain injury.
If answer is no! Then the abdomen cramp and change of taste all are fall out of stress and associated anxiety.
I think you should patch up the matter with the boss by hook or by crook.
Anyway being busy is one thing and being negligent the other. Your body is helping you so much why should not you pay your dues by getting it checked for the lurching dangers if any.
That's your moral duty also.
Take Care!
Answered: Thu, 19 Jul 2012
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