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I got hit on the left side of head just above ear 60 hours ago. Head still swollen and tender. I begin feeling fine until I eat. Chewing and opening mouth wide causes pain. After eating, I begin to feel dizzy and nauseated. Will this go away or do I need to see an MD. I have not been evaluated. Did not have loss of consciousness but was disoriented, nauseeated and had severe headache immediately following incident.


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replied May 11th, 2010
Brain and Head Injuries Answer A11967
Thanks for using this forum..

It will be better to see a physician and get CAT scan of brain to evaluate..Sometimes dizziness may persist for some days even with a normal scan.

take care...


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