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Hi Look for your own good get to an ER ASAPGood Luck
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You should not have to "pester" your doctor to get care. He is not doing it for free....YOU or your insurance company is paying him. At...
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There are no studies that show a relationship from a childhood head injury to true autism, but that is something that a neurologist should answer...
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if it's fully healed, it's nearly impossible to estimate the time it happened.  If not yet fully healed, a good orthopaedic dr or...
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My short answer to your question is this: Any time you've got a lump on the head, and you're worried about it, it's OK to go see the...
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There are many potential causes to this, including a nerve problem. Given how long it's lasted and the fact that is hasn't gone away...
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temedol is for cancer patients i have had swelling on brain before and was never perscribed temedol
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In 2008, the following activities resulted in the highest number of head injuries for all ages: cycling football basketball baseball and softball...
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Head injuries are injuries to the scalp, skull, or brain caused by trauma. Concussions are the most common type of sports-related brain injury with...
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Head injuries are injuries to the scalp, skull, or brain caused by trauma. Concussions, the most common type of sports-related brain injury, happen...
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Cycling, football, basketball, baseball and softball, and riding powered recreational vehicles such as go-carts and mini bikes. The five leading...
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It is not normal to be unconscious or not fully awake. Emergency medical services (call 911 in your area if it is available) should be activated for...
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As with most injuries and illnesses, finding out what happened to the patient is very important. The physician or health care practitioner will take...
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The treatment of a head injury depends upon the type of injury. For patients with minor head injuries, nothing more may be needed other than...
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