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Is stuttering after a head injury normal?

Is stuttering after a head injury normal?

Not Necessarily: Assuming that there were no problems prior to the head injury, various speech problems can occur after this type of injury, but it depends on the area of the brain that is affected. It is always a good idea for a person to be fully evaluated after a head injury for all kinds of possible problems related to learning, communication, and even personality or behavioral changes. ...Read more

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Injuries (Definition)

An injury, of any severity, is a condition in which a person has damage to any part of his body. Examples of major injuries include gunshot wounds, knife wounds, large burns, severed ...Read more


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Is it normal to have headache after a head injury?

Is it normal to have headache after a head injury?

Yes: It is normal to have a headache after a head injury. But there are several things you need to keep track of. It is not normal for your child to have several episodes of vomiting or loss of consciousness after a head injury. Other worrisome signs after a head injury include seizures, irritability, changes in vision or changes in behavior. ...Read more

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Is it normal to be a little dizzy 2 days after a head injury that required stitches?

Is it normal to be a little dizzy 2 days after a head injury that required stitches?

Yes: Some balance disturbance or dizziness can be normal following a head injury. Most patients will have complete resolution of symptoms with tincture of time. If still present after 7-10 days, you should see your primary care provider. ...Read more

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Is a neurogenic fever normal after a head injury and is it dangerous 4 days after comes and goes prob not?

Is a neurogenic fever normal after a head injury and is it dangerous 4 days after comes and goes prob not?

Neurogenic fever: Neurogenic fever is never normal and is usually seen in severe traumatic injury when the hypothalamus is not functioning properly ...Read more

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I had head injury two days ago and doctors suggest me to take eptoin 100 mg thrice a day while my cut scan normal. How long i need it.

I had head injury two days ago and doctors suggest me to take eptoin 100 mg thrice a day while my cut scan normal. How long i need it.

Talk to your doctor: You probably mean "phenytoin" 100 mgs 3 times a day. This drug, which protects from having seizures after trauma or hemorrhage is commonly used for a few weeks until the patient is either "cleared" from having a serious injury or treated. The clearance process includes normal neurological evaluation, and normal MRI scans. You should discuss that with your doctor. ...Read more

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I suffered a head injury about 3 years ago. Is it normal to still be getting occasional migraines & to still have issues with short term memory?

Concussion: Look up concussion. These seem to be post concussive symptoms. All head injuries vary and depend on the extent of the head injury. Yes is the answer to the question and both seem to improve over time. Having a neurologist or neurosurgeon with the help of a neuropsychologist can be helpful. ...Read more

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Twice in 2 months I've woken up with my right pupil dilated with my left one reactive to light. No head injury. It becomes normal by midday. ?

Twice in 2 months I've woken up with my right pupil dilated with my left one reactive to light. No head injury. It becomes normal by midday.
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Phone?: Tumor and syphillis and MS would be unlikely if the symptoms improve daily. Some people read their bright phone in a dark room with one eye on a pillow in he morning. Your eyes might react funny for a while afterwards. ...Read more

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I'm having nose bleed after head injury but not hit in nose, normal?

I'm having nose bleed after head injury but not hit in nose, normal?

Depends: "Head injury" doesn't mean the same thing to doctors as it means to laypeople. But practically speaking, whenever you have an unexplained nosebleed you should have it checked out. The blood may be coming from behind your nose. And even if it's coming FROM your nose, the nasal septum is supplied by 3 arteries, so whatever the cause, you can lose a lot of blood if it's not controlled. ...Read more

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Dr. Jay Lefer
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Stuttering (Definition)

Stuttering affects the fluency of speech. It begins during childhood and, in some cases continues until adulthood. It is characterized by disruptions in the production of speech ...Read more


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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