I hit the temple of my head with the corner of the car door very hard almost 2 weeks ago. The area is very tender to the touch and I have had a terrible headache since. Is this anything to be concerned about?
How are you? Headaches are a common observed effect of any trauma to the head. Over-the-counter pain medications may help provide relief. However if it persists and other symptoms arise ( such as vomiting, blurred vision, or lack of coordination), have this evaluated further for proper evaluation. This link may be helpful: http://www.nlm.nih.gov/medlineplus/ency/article/000028.htm
i im 12 and i was boxing with my 16 year old brother we wont doing it hard but we were doing it in the head i swung myself into his punch as he was throwing it at me i collided it got me in the temple i fell and it kannes rite now i gotta headach it happened about 30 min ago im scarred it opened tht atery near your temple it mite be internal bleeding help please
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