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Symptoms after hitting your head

Hi, I work for a major home improvement store, & about 8 hours ago, I hit my head on a metal beam (heavy shelf). There was no bleeding, and I immediately put ice on it. I began to feel better, a little dizzy at times, but not too bad. About 1 hour ago, I began to experience nausea , more dizziness , head aches , and my head feels very heavy. Is this normal after hitting your head on those types of shelves? And also, how long should I wait before going to sleep? As it is now 12:31AM.
Asked On : Tue, 22 Mar 2011
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thanks for choosing health care magic.See when ever there is jolt to brain with this kind of injury this sort of problem arises.But if you are not felling well,having nauses and dizziness you should see your doctor for examination.this things may not be related to injury but they must not be please see your doctor.
Answered: Tue, 22 Mar 2011
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