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Slight pain in left ear after somebody hit hard with forehead. Could this strong impact lead to ADHD ?

During a sports lesson last week, two students barged into me while running full speed. One of the students hit my left ear with her forehead and ended up with a slight concussion , the other however, fell on the ground and was not hurt that much. I have been experiencing some slight pain in my left ear and a few symptoms of ADHD . Please help me. Could a strong impact like that lead to ADHD?
Asked On : Sat, 22 Dec 2012
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You have not mentioned about your age. And you have not mentioned the symptoms that made you think you have ADHD.

Injury will not cause ADHD.
For pain you may take painkillers like Ibuprofen according to your age and body weight.

If you are worried about your inattentiveness at school or hyperactivity, please get the help of your parents to see a Pediatrician/ Child Psychologist.

All the best.

Answered: Mon, 24 Dec 2012
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