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Suggest Treatment For Headache And Pressure In Ear

I hit my head on the temple, cause a car door closed on my head, hit me on the top on my temple toward the ear. I feel bit dizzy/ nauseous when i move to much, i have a dull headache that feel like a sinus headache on that side, my ear also feel like it has to pop but it wont no matter what i do. Im kinda scared, im not sure what to do.
Sun, 29 Nov 2020
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Hi,

Even a trivial trauma to the head can cause the head injury. Your symptoms are suggestive of an internal head injury. Hence I would advise you to consult immediately at the ER or nearby a doctor for clinical examination, particularly of pupillary size, reaction to light, power in lumps and full general examination. MRI and CT of mastoids, brain. ENT Endoscopy to see particularly the ear e as you have symptoms related to it. All these will give an idea whether this is just a concussion or an actual changes in ear and brain. Further management would depend upon clinical findings and investigations reports.

Take care. Hope I have answered your question. Let me know if I can assist you further.

Regards,
Dr. T. Chandrakant, General Surgeon
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Suggest Treatment For Headache And Pressure In Ear

Hi, Even a trivial trauma to the head can cause the head injury. Your symptoms are suggestive of an internal head injury. Hence I would advise you to consult immediately at the ER or nearby a doctor for clinical examination, particularly of pupillary size, reaction to light, power in lumps and full general examination. MRI and CT of mastoids, brain. ENT Endoscopy to see particularly the ear e as you have symptoms related to it. All these will give an idea whether this is just a concussion or an actual changes in ear and brain. Further management would depend upon clinical findings and investigations reports. Take care. Hope I have answered your question. Let me know if I can assist you further. Regards, Dr. T. Chandrakant, General Surgeon