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My child who is 6 now has had a couple of nasty bumps to the head over his short life. The first was at the age of 1 when I was tossing him up in the air, I misjudged the ceiling height and bumped his head. The second was at the age of 5 at daycare when he tripped and bumped his forehead on a rock. Neither times did he lose consciousness. The first time was more to the top of the head and the second was the forehead. Now at the age of six I notice things more with his behaviour that, though may have always been there, are worrisome now such as short attention span, forgetting things just seconds or minutes later, poor coordination, and easily frustrated. Should I be worried and if so what options so I have?
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