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Ran into glass door nose and head hurt
28f..yesterday night ran into glass door thinking it's open but it was closed..Got hurt on forehead and nose...tears rolled out and felt giddy ,teeth head and eyes burn at that moment...too much pain ..taking diclofenac applying ice cube...can find little swelling and greish Mark on nose...full head is paining...while washing face also even if I touch or move nose iam feeling pain and nose became dry....is it serious or will it get cure...am very much worried ...shortness of breath too
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Ma’am u need to have a thorough consultation on video or physically to exactly know the extend of the injury. Shortness of breath may be due to obstruction of nose due to heamatoma inside nasal cavity called septal heamatoma which needs to promptly drained. Also did u vomit after the trauma or dud u get fainted, was there bleeding from nose.
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