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Is there a risk of brain hemorrhage even if the CT scan told everything was normal?

Two weeks ago (on the 24th of June) while taking a bath I slipped and hit with the top of my head on the soap holder on the wall. I put ice on my head and althought I got a little nautious I didn't go to the doctor. Last week, on thursday I felt a tingling, numbness in my hands, so on friday I did a CT. Everything was normal, but since I started feeling headaches, nausia and weakness in my legs apart from the tingling and the numbness since the day following the CT, today (thursday) the doctor recomended another CT. Everything was fine and I just have an excess of calcium in the body. On the night of that day I masturbated and after orgasm I felt numbness in my left hand and weakness in my legs. (I had a headache but it was very light and passed quickly). Is there a risk of brain hemorrhage even if the CT scan told everything was normal? I also have been with insomnia since the 24th and stressed too. I took maxilase medicine 2 days, 3 pills a day for a nose congestion during this period.
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