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Tenderness at the back of head, dull headache, advil, sinus pressure, anxiety, massage and a chiropractic adjustment

I was hit in the back of the head on the right side with a glass that was thrown at me while walking away 3 weeks ago. I did not go to er or lose consciousness or pupils dilate. I had an instant bump that has gone away but is still tender to the touch. Since though I have had a dull headache that comes and goes it is relieved by Advil if taken regulary but I also have some sinus pressure, it has not gotten worse just stayed consistent. I have had a massage and a chiropractic adjustment which he said my c2 was out. Could it be the result of a mild concussion? How long can The symptoms last? I also unfortunately suffer from anxiety so it is causing me to worry and obsess!!! I have been going to therapy weekly which seems to help but some days are worse than others
Asked On : Wed, 25 Apr 2012
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Hi, as you have a history of trauma followed by headache so you should go for X RAY and CECT of your head and neck region.if the report comes to be normal then you can take some NSAID with pantoprazole for few weeks till then you can go for physiotherapy also, even this is not enough to your pain then you shold consult a neurophysician with all these repot.
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