I couldn't find the right forum to post this question. It doesn't have to deal with diseases but I am hoping maybe someone with a similar problem could ease my nerves. A while back I hit the back of my head pretty hard. I was bending over underneath a shelf hanging on the wall and when I raised up I hit the back of my head on the corner of it. I was fine after the pain subsided. I don't have any headaches and overall I feel fine. This morning I was rubbing the back of my head and I felt what feels like a baby's soft spot. I don't know if you would call it that or just a dent in the skull. My husband felt it and said it feels like a flat spot. I describe it as a dent. I cannot remember exactly when I hit my head I know it's been several months. Do you think hitting your head like this will cause a dent rather than a bump. It's definately not a bump. My husband says to stop obsessing over it, it's nothing. What do you think? I am probably worring over nothing.
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