Hit My Head Hard

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I hit my head very hard a few days ago and actually knocked myself out for a minute. I feel fine. i had a bit of a headache but that is fine. I have a bit of a strange thing... when i touch the bump on my head (which is on my temple) i can feel the pain at the back of my head... almost feels like i am pulling a string in the back of my head... 

I'm not sure if that makes sence. I am just looking for some advise. should I go to the doctor?

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     Lucy it worth naming a doctor check it out at least for peace of mind. I had a terrible fall two blak eyes and a bump on my noggin the size of a small,egg. Black and blue for weeks.,the dr si a MRI to be sure no blood vessels ere broken which could cause serious problems. 

    See yout doc for treatment ,

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    Yes it makes sense to see a doctor.  A head injury, even if it seems minor, can be a major problem.  Have it checked and if everything is okay than you don't have to worry any more about it and you will learn what to expect time and "feeling" wise during your total recovery.

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    It's always worth it to ease the mind. Even a minor head injury can be problematic.

    A few years ago while I was in jiu jitsu we were practicing throws and some how some way I ended up hitting the roof and landing on my head that knocked me out for a few seconds and got up and they said I was fighting them like nothing happened. Head hurt for months after.

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