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i went clubbing on new years eve and just after the count down someone threw a bottle and it hit the back of my head really hard it did not smash or cut my head but now i keep getting like pressure head aches. should i worry about this and go to the doctors?

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replied January 4th, 2010
Self Injury Answer A8900

A blunt trauma to the head should not be ignored. Even if you have not lost consciousness, you should get yourself evaluated by a Neurologist or a physician to rule out any internal injury.

Your headaches could also be related to any inner ear problems. It's a good idea to see a doctor and be sure there is nothing serious.


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