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Is it a hangover or a concussion? I smacked my head several times drunk but woke up the next day feeling fine. Several hours later I started getting sicker and couldn't keep myself awake for long periods of time. Now I want to throw up and my head is killing me. My neck also feels really stiff. Now all I can do is sit here and sleep and pray I don't throw up everywhere. Even my roommates say my behavior has weirdly changed since the party and I can't remember a lot of what happened.


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replied March 2nd, 2015
Welcome to e health forum.

Your condition could be due to a combination of alcohol hangover, Neck sprain (due to possible injury when you banged your head) or possible injury of soft tissues of your head.

Try to take rest for a few hours and most likely they will subside without any after effects.

If the symptoms persist for longer durations, you will need to see a doctor, as the exact cause cannot be ascertained without a proper physical examination.

Hence It would be best if you consult your doctor who can examine you and then decide if you need any kind of treatment.
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