I stepped up quick and hit my head on a house section of a fishing boat... I went down didnt black out was tender to touch. 2 days later went to ER cause I will still dizzy ish... now 4 days later I still feel the same with a on again off again headache... ER doctor told me it was post concussive syndrome... and it might take a week... He did not do a CT scan im worried i have bleeding.... I do have another DR app today...
The dizziness you are experiencing could be post concussion syndrome, inflammation of a neck muscle or pinched nerve in neck or a gastric reflux. It can also be due to stress of a head injury. However, yes, all such injuries should be followed up with proper neurological examination and a CT scan or MRI as need be. Do discuss this with your doctor and get yourself examined. Take care!
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