I have a mole on the back right side of my head that has been there practically all my life. Last night my partner and I were wrestling around and a while later I felt something wet on my neck so I touched it and noticed blood. I discovered that my mole has been practically ripped off. The bleeding has stopped after a while after putting some cyanne pepper on it. I got very dizzy last night after a while so I went to bed, woke up this morning and I have pain shooting various directions in the back of my head, down my neck. The pain even seems to be affecting my eyes. Is this normal? Should I go to a hospital? I do not have a family doctor currently only access to walk-in clinics. I also seem to be experiencing some numbness in my face.
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