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Hit my head on hard corner of the couch right behind the ear.

I hit my head about two weeks ago and now starting to have headaches, dizziness, rapid heart rate doing small things, and blurred vision just a bit.
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1384888 tn?1279952339
I'd go see a doctor bud. I wish I could offer more.
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Yes but at only just turned 18, I still have no medical insurance at all and not the slightest clue how to get any. I've also had a miscarriage (at 6 weeks old) about the same time ago, and heard that most women may get headaches and such with the same symptoms, but I do not know what to do.
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it could be due to the miscarrage,you might need some vitamins,isnt there anyone one you can talk to to help you get insurance,if not just go to the hospital they should know how to get it.
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1384888 tn?1279952339
The hospital will see you and bill you latter if necessary. That's a federal law. There is not enough information for me to even try to contemplates the what if's. I wish there were. I'm sorry about your miscarriage. I've lost two children in infancy. My heart goes out to you.
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