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This is a question you should have asked the doctor. We don't know what will happen, since we have no real idea how serious the injury was (other than it required 5 stitches ... this gives us some notion how large the laceration was, but doesn't tell us anything about anything else).
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The skin on the top of your head might be sinking in due to a bump you may have gotten to the skull. The skin will follow the contour of the skull.
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Your four year old toppled a basket on top of him in a store and hit his head He has a soft large lump on the back of his head but is playing and doing everything normal Should you see a doctor?
Only if you are independantly wealthy and enjoy throwing money away. Children have been sustaining bumps and bruises for thousands of years but only recently has the medical c…ommunity been so powerful as to convince parents that they need to be consulted for every bump and scrape. You will know if your child is in need of medical attention. As long as he/she is behaving normally and not in any pain then a trip to the doctor is a waste of time. In fact, it might be dangerous. The modern western medical community practises a form of cover-up medicine whereby they flood people's systems with unnecessary and often harmful chemicals (medicines?) to alleve every minor annoyance. All this accomplishes is a weakening of the body's ability to heal itself without outside assistance. This is partuiculalry harmful with children whose immune system can and often does become compromised and never develops properly. Look at the massive increase in allergies in young people today...ask your grandparents if they have allergies...in most cases the answer will be no.
If you'd get hit really hard you might get a concussion, but this will most likely not happen if you just play for fun.
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My son had gotten 5 staples in his head and a week after he got them removed I noticed one of them stood deep in his head. It was horrible and painful to remove. Can I sue for medical negligence?
You could ring childline or social services or your sons GP and tell them about the incident and ask for their proffessional advice.
If the headache does not go away on its own, or the pain is severe, seek medical attention.
i an suffering with a head ache top of head what could be caursing them
My dad is 92 and constantly has head pain on top of his head. We've gone to the doctors over and over and they find nothing. Had his head scanned, MRI done. I feel bad I cant …help him. Please give some kind of advice to help my poor suffering dad. Thanks, Diane kerr
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it is living in the water that is not the right temperature or it might be dying if its a female 90% it might be giving birth.
Some believe the horns are cooling towers and release heat. Others think that it's just a way to protect their heads.
If you hit your head, the best thing to do is ice it down and and take some medication to ease the pain. If it is serious, call a doctor or go to the ER.
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