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Got Hurt in head
I fell down from my bed tonight. While I was sleeping, I accidentally came to the side of the bed and took a turn and I fell down.My bed is 3 feets tall. My floor is made of concrete and marble was attached to it so it is very hard. I got hurt in my head after I fall. It is paining a little bit. I took painkillers. Will that hurt in my head damage my brain? I am a student and I have much to read.... will the hurt in my head harm my brain? Will I loss my memory power?
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Hello, If there was no loss of consciousness, no bleed from ear,nose or mouth after injury or head then there is nothing to worry about. The pain will subside eventually in a day. If the problem persist you can consult a neurologist or psychiatrist.
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Did you have loss of consciousness? vomiting etc? If not it's not a major problem and you will not loose your memory
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need further evaluation . you can contact me
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Hello According to my clinical experience you will not have any memory loss or damage to brain. But a CT-scan should be done to rule out any internal damage.Kindly consider consulting a neurosurgeon and getting a CT done
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