I had a minor blow to the right side of my forehead right above my eye brow a little over a week ago. when the accident happened I had a large bump which soon went away after I applied ice. There was also a 1 inch long cut. I cleaned and bandaged the wound. Two days ago my right eye lid and the outer corner of my eye became sore and slightly swollen. Could this be a healing process (brusing) or something else?
i also have a head injury i hit my head and had a hematoma the size of a softball. i am five days into my injury. the hematoma is now the size of a golf ball my eyes are still a little black and my face is swollen. the swellen goes down daily however my right eye has a slight pool of blood on the left is this normal?
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