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Why does my forehead where i hit it when i tripped 3 months ago still feels sore and has a scar on it? never had a concussion or any weird symptoms

Why does my forehead where i hit it when i tripped 3 months ago still feels sore and has a scar on it? never had a concussion or any weird symptoms

Post-traumatic HA: Did you discuss this with your doctor? Your symptoms fit a classical localized area of head pain subsequent to trauma in region, and should respond to simple interventional measures. ...Read more

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Symptoms are sore, burny throat even when not swallowing or talking, pain and pressure in both cheeks, pressure in nose and forehead. Cause?

Symptoms are sore, burny throat even when not swallowing or talking, pain and pressure in both cheeks, pressure in nose and forehead. Cause?

URI: could be viral (a cold), allergy, or bacterial (sinus infection and/or strep throat). History, such as how long ago did this start, did it get better and then worse, is anyone else sick with same thing, can help narrow the diagnosis. ...Read more

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Sore throat forehead headache like throbbing pain behind of my eyes tired these symptoms go away for 3-4 days and come back again almost a year ?

Sore throat forehead headache like throbbing  pain behind of my eyes tired  these symptoms go away for 3-4 days and come back again almost a year ?

Allergy: You are describing a typical allergy symptoms. You need to be taking allergy medicine for good Allergy is not like cold that will go away in a week or so it is a life time problem see your doctor ...Read more

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Healthy 19 yo. I was bent over changing my son & got a sharp shooting pain in head. Tender to touch. It lasted a few seconds and no other symptoms. ?

Healthy 19 yo. I was bent over changing my son & got a sharp shooting pain in head. Tender to touch. It lasted a few seconds and no other symptoms. ?

Don't worry be happy: If it comes back, then yes, seek a neurologist for further workup. If it never comes back, it could be myriad things *but it went away*, so likely it will never bother you again. Red flags to warrant concern, among others, could include change in vision, vertigo or disequilibrium, headache that comes with change of position, or neck pain radiating into the head, arms or back. ...Read more