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Concussion problems
Should I be worried if my concussion headaches have moved from the back of my head and upper neck to my frontal lobe area and temples??
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How are you? What other symptoms are present?  Can you elaborate on the character of the headache in the frontal and temple area? How about your head injury? This can be due  to primary headaches such as  tension headache which usually presents with pressure or viselike headache. Healing or recovering from a concussion takes time and may take weeks or even months. Headaches, dizziness, irritability and concentration problems may be observed. Symptoms such as changes in speech, seizure, vomiting, double vision or blurred vision, fever and headache that is getting worse, lasts a long time, or does not get better with over-the-counter pain relievers may warrant immediate follow-up with your doctor. Take care and do keep us posted.
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Hi my name is kayla and i was in a car accident a couple days ago and since yesterday i keep getting a fever is it normal to get a fever after a car accident?
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