It depends on the size of the bump.
There's no general time for a bump to go away, since that depends on a lot of factors that differ from person to person.
On the other hand, if it's been there for months, I'd see a doctor as soon as possible.
If your child hit their head that hard, you should take them to the doctor right away.
This depends on what caused the bump and how long it has been there. It is best to seek medical advice if it doesn't go away within a reasonable time. In most cases, the bump will go away on its own.
1 week with ice on it
I hit mine 25 years ago and still have a small lump there
Any serious bump on the head in a young child should be seen by a doctor. There could otherwise be mental problems in the years ahead.
3 to 5 days
If you hit your head and passed out you need to seek medical attention. You may have suffered a concussion and need the knot on your head looked at.
Not that serious. Hitting your head and not having a bump form could be really serious. If it doesn't bump outward, it might bump inward (subderal hematoma) putting pressure on the brain.
You keep the ashes for as long as they are on your forehead do not wipe them away because that is considered sacrilegious. But if you accidentally wipe it off it is okay.
If a person has a lump on their forehead, they should see a doctor. This is especially true is the lump is not the result of an injury, but just suddenly appeared. If it is injury related, it should go away within a week. Going to the hospital will rule out a concussion.
depends on severity of the fall and the severity of the injury.