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Vomitting Treatment Concussion
Hydrate: Could be a number of things and it is impossible to tell without more information. Because I do not have enough information, i would recommend you see your physician if this continues. In the brief description, it sounds like a some type of intestinal infection, say something like food poisoning. Make sure you stay hydrated. I know this can be hard with nausea, but it is paramount until appt. ...Read more
Hit head playing ice hockey. No symptoms until 20 hours later. Fever, neck pain headache nausea. Better but persisting x4days virus or concussion?
Multiple complications from an MVA on 3/31/14- diagnosis of TBI. Chronic, severe. Last two days had unrelenting migraine, aura, seeing colors, brain fog?
Watery diarrhea x 1 month .Post eating/drinking & upon waking Loss of appetite, intermittent severe nausea. Tried Imodium, (loperamide) doesn't work. Help please.
Seek help now: Those symptoms could signal something serious. Seek medical attention right away. Don't delay. ...Read more
Seeking medical attn for vomiting is determined by what? 48hrs, no significant abdominal pain, just severe nausea & vomiting with solids/some liquids
Vomiting: If you are not able to hold down liquids and feel that you are becoming dehydrated go to an ER immediately. If your mouth is dry, skin tents when you pinch it, pulse is very rapid, feel weak or dizzy when you stand up, have dry mouth, not urinating or volume very low and concentrated, feel thirst, are sleepy these are signs to pay attention to. Wish you better soon. ...Read more
Having aneurysm symptoms, except no seizures, blackouts, or neck pain. Constant nausea and photophobia. Severe headaches for days. Should I call 911?
If you can't drive.: It sounds like a severe migraine. Headaches from an aneurysm in your head would also be very severe, but usually much worse symptoms after one day. Since this has gone on several days I think you're safe with respect to any ruptured aneurysm. And urgent care or ER visits with an MRI would be recommended. ...Read more
Again extream head pain, nausea , vomiting, dizzy sensitivity light&sound .Again er, test, treatment.Ct-clear pain med+zofran.=diag:migraine. Sent home!
Daily meds: It depends on how often this occurs, but it sounds like you may need to be on a daily medicine to prevent these headaches. You should also try to eliminate the common headache triggers if you haven't already tried that. And maintain a headache diary to try to identify any potential triggers. Good luck. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Severe headache. Followed by diahrrea nauseous. Temp only 96.4f grandfather died of brain aneurysm worries me. Flu? Worse?
Post concussion syndrome possible brain stem contussion + whiplash injury. Details in my symptoms section. Looking for additional treatment options.
How severe is an albumin of 5.4? Please describe severity of symptoms? Crippling fatigue, pulsating symptoms, severe headaches, eye pain, nausea?
None of the above: I hope it doesn't disappoint you greatly to let you know that your Albumin levels are considered quite within the normal range. Of course, lab values do vary from one laboratory to another therefore, it would be best to find out the normal range in the laboratory you had the blood drawn or tested but for all intents and purposes the range of normal for Albumin is taken to be 3.5 to 5.5. ...Read more
Diagnosed chronic migraine . Worst spell four week severe headache no breaks ... Status migraine or something bad ? Pain 8-10 constant . Nausea .
If you haven't been: evaluated by a neurologist - would recommend that. ...Read more
Many types of forget: If you mean that you do not recall portions of time when the injury itself occurred - that is not unusual. If you have persistent problems with memory in general sine the injury, that is a TBI (traumatic brain injury) related memory problem. Amnesia is a lapse in consciousness that disallows any (or most) recall of what had happened. One might come to and not recognize where one is. Do not drive. ...Read more
Symptoms include vomiting, blur vision, weakness, head ache, bit fever need a prescription.I don't trust the doctor.
Is this New?: If this is a new onset of headaches, you need immediate medical evaluation. ...Read more
17 yr post concussive, migraines with aura. Normal eeg, on magnesium, migraine cocktail, depakote, steroids IV hospital week, sent home steroid taper, two days home limb tremors. What could cause them?
Chronic daily HA's: Sounds like your headaches are totally out of control. Your tremors are most likely secondary to the depakote, and a drug level might confirm. Alternatively, would also check thyroid function. Steroids good intervention, but wonder if these approaches have been tried: botox, acupuncture, bilateral occipital nerve blocks, otc coq-10, riboflavin, butterbur, feverfew, eval for dental, jaw, tos? ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
36 hours post nasty stomach flu (heavy vomiting and diahrrea), still bloated with headache. Best way to relieve symptoms?
Protocols: Every school, coach, athletic department and medical staff has protocols available to them to follow called "return to sport" protocols. These should be followed with no exceptions. Most protocols have stages of no activity, light movement, moderate movement and lifting, heavy lifting and hard exertion, return to sport. Each stage has monitoring and symptom tracking built in. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
I have a chronic daily headache 12 years after suffering a concussion. Is there any treatment out there that will make it go away?
I received a concussion 7.5 weeks ago but the only symptom I've had is a slight fogginess. It seems like tunnel vision. Does this require treatment?
Injury treatment: For broken ribs - immobilization and avoid pressure on the ribs. A chest x-ray may determine if you have a pneumothorax, tear of a lung by the broken rib. For concussion, the most significant treatment is rest. If you have dizziness, fatigue, irritability, difficult thinking clearly, speech difficulty, memory problems, consult your doctor or a neurologist for management if symptoms persist. ...Read more
Rest is best: Most of the time, the symptoms will go away over time. Sometimes, it does take a few weeks to get back to normal. Most physicians will recommend physical and intellectual rest, meaning to stay out of work, school, and abstaining from any activities for a few days at least. If you have any other concerning symptoms or things aren't getting better, please see your physician. Best of luck to you! ...Read more
What is the best treatment ?
What is the best nutrition?
Is there something I could do to prevent permanent damage?
Can take months: CONCUSSION leads to cellular level injury to the brain and the injury requires that you really rest your brain well until completely back to normal. The best nutrition is that rich in the antioxidants including fruits and vegetables, and well balanced diet. Most important is resting your brain. That includes limiting cognitive as well as physical strain. Make sure to sleep enough and regularly ...Read more
Injury to the brain: Concussion must be defined by the immediate reaction to brain injury. Most common is injury in sports. Alteration is awareness, disorientation, confusion, or even loss of consciousness is necessary to define concussion. Frequently there is also incoordination, clumsiness, visual distortion, inability to walk, poor balance, etc. A thorough evaluation must be done and recovery plan made. ...Read more
I've had a chronic daily headache for 12 years following a concussion in an mva.Will it ever go away? What is the best treatment to fix this problem?
I have L1 L2 L3 fractured transverse process. This is my third week. How long before these are completely healed? I also have rib 9 slight fracture. Concussion with vertigo only when I lay down. What is your treatment?
Go to the ER: Vomiting after a head injury may indicate something more serious like a bleed in the brain and is a medical emergency. If you have had a ct scan and there is not a bleed, then nausea and vomiting following a concussion can be treated with anti-vomiting medications such as Zofran or phenergan (promethazine). ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
I've had a concussion tree weeks ago, and the symptoms are getting worse: major headache at the pount of impact + i keep vomitting. What ahould i do?
Agree w Dr. Pappas.: You need immediate medical attention. Possible concussion sxs: + or – loss of consciousness, headache / pressure, can't recall event, dizziness, v coordination, ringing in ears, confusion, slurred speech, nausea / vomiting ; fatigue. . Seek urgent treatment for loss of consciousness, on-going confusion, seizures, unequal pupils, recurrent vomiting, change in level of consciousness, loss of balance. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
It is normal to get a fever after suffering a medicinally diagnosed, concussion? Sister was in car accident yesterday, has a low fever today.No vomit.
In brief, partner banged head yday, went to hospital today, she has mild concussion, sent home, began vomiting since got home. It was green. Temp 38°?
Possible concussion 10 yr old boy - need symptoms to watch for on 3rd day blind sided into another players helmet. Vomit and severe headache within 1 hr, next day dull headache all day. Day 3 - concerned with "sore spot" and says feels like whole front/t
Concussion: The acute effects of a concussion may last for several days, including headach, nausea and disorientation. Sleep may be affected. The front of his head may have taken a good part of the blow, causing a bruise of the skin, subgaleal hematoma, both outside the head. I would try Ibuprofen or tylenol (acetaminophen). For the headaches and see your physician if symptoms persist. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
I hit my head, had no concussion symptoms but on night 3 I was vomiting in my mouth, it was not exactly nausea & vomiting, could concussion cause this?
I fell three days ago and got a minor concussion, I have a mild fever, is this related? I threw up in my throat a tiny bit but not vomitting.
Post head injury: The classic post head injury symptoms include headaches, dizziness, drowsiness, nausea,visual disturbance but fever is unusual. If symptoms persist see your physician for evaluation and advice. He/she will order any appropriate tests or imagining exams if deemed advisable. ...Read more
My wife fell and diagnosis was a concussion. She had a CT scan and no bleeding or cracks was discovered. She is bothered with nausea and vomiting. She?
Needs to be recheck: We do not have enough information as to how long ago was the concussion and cat scan.Some small subdural bleeds may not be seen in earlier Cat Scan and if she is continuing to have nausea and vomiting,she should be reevaluated and if indicated based on history &examination,a repeat cat scan may be done.In any cace she should be rechecked either in ER or by your family doctor ...Read more
Is it possible for a one year old to vomit several times after hitting her head and not have a brain injury/skull fracture/concussion? No CT scan
Closed head injury: Vomiting tends to be more common in children following a head injury compared to adults. Depending on the severity of head injury the frequency of vomiting varies. Most head injuries from "hitting a head" do not lead to skull fracture or bleeding inside the head. CT is often not necessary. if the child vomits more than 3 times and/or there are other symptoms or signs then an evaluation is needed ...Read more
My 3 year old son is complaining of headache and eye sensitivity. There is no fever, no nasuae no vomiting no ear ache or severe sinus. There is no sign of a head injury or a concussion his pupils also dialates according to light exposure.
Early signs: This is often a very early sign of a viral illness. I would expect it to provide more symptoms within the next 12-24 hrs to become more apparent. He could certainly take Ibuprofen for the time being & put a cool compress on his forehead for comfort. The pattern does not suggest anything terrible at this point. ...Read more
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