depending on the type of concussion really and literally no it isn't you don't wanna be swung or flipped about with a grade A concussion you should seek medical help immediately and get evaluated by your doctor. maybe after your brain heals itself you can ride but not with a concussion that's not safe for overall mind, body, spirit, and health. unless you want to. but i highly recommend go to the doctor.
The Mission Intake and the Cascade CHX.
Yes, only if u run them under water e.g. swimming,bath,shower etc.
concussion or compression:
concussion is the most common and it's when your brain gets "shaken"
compression is when your brain swells inside your skull.
If you are having these symptoms just go to the WebMD.com Symptom Checker
The dangers? A concussion and permanent damage. Or it could just be a bruise. If the swelling and pain persist and are accompanied by other symptoms (like headaches or dizziness) call a doctor as soon as possible. ~ T
If u have been angry or very stressed out lately that's what it is probably from. u should probably see a doctor and get a prescritption just to see if its not too serious! I'm not sure, but, It has happened to me. One on my forehead, then my index finger, now the back of my head......Stress may be a factor, but, I'm heading to the doc tomorrow...
I only eat only twice or 3 times a day. I go to school. I go to Butler Primary School. I have to go to the sick bay alot. Um....... When I get sick then I don't go to school but my Mum says that I have to go when I feel sick. I feel sick all day. I will relive toe real awnser: if you go to work highschool or normal school then you shouldn't go to work highschool or normal school. That was the awnser
I encountered such a case as a 2 year old infant. I fell down a flight of stairs and was admitted to the hospital when my mom found me with a huge bump slightly above my forehead. It wasn't an issue at all. Just a normal reaction to the fall. However, you may want to go to the clinic to get your head scanned just to make sure that it is no blodclot.
It might be anxiety but it's too general. Is it like this every day? Just today? It may be because you haven't eaten enough within the last 8 hours which causes stomach aches as well. It really isn't anything to worry about but if it continues to presist and it really and I mean really concerns you, go see your family doctor.
The answer to this is it depends. It depends upon your age, the quality of your club, the ball you are using, the conditions etc etc.
However, if you are an average player then typically you will probably be hitting it an average of 130 yards. Subsequent clubs are about 10 yards different i.e 7 iron is 140, 6 iron is 150. -
Answer Any head injury would warrant a visit to a doctor. ----------- Any or all of the following: If consciousness is lost (even momentarly), if the patient is nauseous, if the patient complains of a tingling sensation, if speech is slurred or movement is slow or erratic, if there is a discharge or bleeding from an ear or sight is affected, if the wound/injury hurts really bad or if its bleeding.Here's something i learned a few years ago in my health class, If Bleeding Is severe, Call 911 fast and get a towel and apply pressure to the wound.
At least 6 hours in case it is a minor concussion.
cold applications may cause injury to a patient if the patient has dependent swelling, a fever, large bruises or poor circulation?
Seek medical attention immediately, as you may have a concussion or some other serious brain injury.
Apply a really, really hot wet cloth to the area 4 or 5 times per treatment. Do this as many times a day as you can. The heat will kill some of the bacteria and also bring healing bloodflow to the area.
This also works on tooth and gum infections.
Too general of a question. Please make it a little more specific.
Little bits of brain leaking out.
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I have had numbness on top of my head and also it feels like I have something around my head like a headband. Also my eyes have been real sore, this has been going on for about two weeks now? what can it be? Mirna
GO to the Hospital , you may have a concussion or fractured temporal bone.
I wonder that also. My 4 months old fell on his head and the doctors said it's our decision if we want a cat scan. They said he looks ok, but they can never be 100% sure, but studies have showed that babies that had a cat scan at a very young age are more likely to develop cancer?! Weird. I am looking online and can't find any side effects though. It says CTs are safe. We decided against the cat scan.