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Could a head injury cause chill bumps on one side of the body?

Could a head injury cause chill bumps on one side of the body?

See a neurologist: Unilateral "chill" (goose) bumps in the context of a tbi may mean nothing at all but could be a sign of autonomic nervous system dysfunction, including reflex sympathetic dystrophy (crps) rarely even an autonomic seizure. Other associations can be related to spinal cord injury (cervical injury is common with head trauma) a neurologist should be able to sort this out. ...Read more

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Dr. Creighton Wright
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Injuries (Definition)

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Is a soft big bump signs of a head injury?

Is a soft big bump signs of a head injury?

Head injury: External signs of head trauma suggest the possibility of brain injury via the same mechanism. However, the skull separates the scalp from the brain, and what's been injured on one side of the skull doesn't necessarily predict the other. ...Read more

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Bump on the head:when it's a serious head injury?Last year i bumped my head in the filling cabinet when i was about to stand but now it developed lump

Bump on the head:when it's a serious head injury?Last year i bumped my head in the filling cabinet when i was about to stand but now it developed lump

UNLIKELY PROBLEM: Most head injuries are quite minor without any long-term consequence. A lump after impact is simply a scalp bruise or hematoma of no permanent problem. ...Read more

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Could a head injury cause vision problems 2 1/2 months later?

Could a head injury cause vision problems 2 1/2 months later?

Yes it can!: Brain injury symptoms usually fade within one month of injury. More severe injuries can take longer. Vision problems like blurriness or double vision sometimes occur. If you still have these problems, see an ophthalmologist first. If your eye is normal, then see a neurologist. ...Read more

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Could head injury cause problems years later?

Could head injury cause problems years later?

Late effects CHI: A person with a head injury bad enough to be admitted to the hospital, has a 65% chance of having long term findings on neuropsych testing, so yes head injury can have profound long term effects. ...Read more

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Could it happen such that a head injury cause permanent anosmia?

Could it happen such that a head injury cause permanent anosmia?

Yes: This is not a common deficit after head injury. However it does occur and loss of smell is most commonly caused by trauma. It may be permanent. ...Read more

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I had a head injury when i was 4 im 23 now can that cause me to Have Hot flashes i sleep with 3 fans and im still hot or i get hot and cold?

I had a head injury when i was 4 im 23 now can that cause me to Have  Hot flashes i sleep with 3 fans and im  still hot or i get hot and cold?

Hot Falshes? why: Past head injury is not likely to be the cause of your present problem. At your(young) age there is no good reason to have hot flashes. But it can be a symptom of some metabolic disorder or stressful emotional problem. Therefore I would advise you to seek a medical evaluation by your internist or family physician so that they can check your overall health including your thyroid /metabolic health. ...Read more

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I had a head injury when i was 4 im 23 now can that cause me to get hot flashes i sleep with 3 fans at night and im still hot or i get hot and cold?

Unlikely: But it depends how bad the head injury was when you were younger and what issues you had afterwards (i.e. severe concussion with loss of consciousness, seizure/fainting spells, difficulty with memory/concentration, etc.) ...Read more

Dr. Eric Weisman
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Head Trauma (Definition)

Any injury to the face, skull, or brain as a result of blunt force, or penetrating trauma. It can also occur due to rapid ...Read more