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Permanent concussion?

I got into a fight and i got 2 beer bottles whipped at my head. The beer bottles did not break. The next day i went to the hospitail they did a CT scan and they said i was fine. Would i CT scan show a crack in my skull? Would a CT scan show internal bleeding? I did the CT scan a day after the injury im worried that there was so much inflammation that they couldnt see the crack in my skull or internal bleeding? Thanks. Will my concussion be permanent?
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Thanks. Should i get another CT scan of the head to be sure there isnt any internal bleeding or a crack in the skull? Or was the first CT scan accurate? Im worried that the first CT scan wasnt finding anything because the ct scan was a couple of hours after the injury and there was too much inflammation that they couldnt see internal bleeding or a crack in the skull?
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I doubt if you need one, but if it gives you peace of mind, then I would certainly ask for another one.
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Thanks for the reply. Will the symptoms of a concusaion go away maam?
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If it is not too severe, then yes, they will. However, if they continue or get worse, then it would be a good idea to see your physician just to make sure all is OK.
Thanks maam i did get a CT Scan after the fight they said there was nothing wrong. But im still feelint very tiered i get headaches..and i cant sleep during the night i sleep during itw been 2 months since the injury.. im worried that it wont go away..
I would see a chiropractor now. Since the scans were good, you may have some pinched and/or out of aligned vertebrae in your neck area. This would certainly cause the headaches and insomnia and other pains as well. The chiropractor will take some x-rays of the area, go over them, and then discuss what he thinks will help. After a few treatments you should start to feel better.
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Hello~I would not worry. CT scans can show if there is swelling or bleeding in the brain or a fracture in the skull. If you have signs of a serious injury, a CT scan is usually the best first test to diagnose it.

As to the concussion being permanent, in most cases, a single concussion should not cause permanent damage.
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