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Swelling on side of head after falling. Reduces briefly when slept on hard surfaces. Solution?

Hi i hit my head hard on the road around october last year! There was only swelling on the side of my head which isn t visible unless it is felt! But while i tried reducing the swelling, it got larger everyday! The hair of the affected dropped off and it is so visible that i wear a cap everyday. The lump reduces whenever i rest the swollen part on the rug or carpet at times, but returns to its size after some minutes! It looks awful when i look into the mirror, is there anything that can be done to it
Asked On : Wed, 20 Mar 2013
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Hi, it appearsto be the head injury, caused by the hit, You are to be under supervision of a doctor, and an M.R.I. may be needed to exclude the head injury. If it is only a bruice, formed by the hit, it can be cured by the treatment by antibiotics and anti inflamatories. Thank you.
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