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It weighs about 4 lbs. My boyfriend got a cut and an abrasion, plus a goose egg and a bit of bruising on his head from it. It barely got me. He has had severe headaches every day since I haPpened and even nausea a few times since then. Just wondering if he could have a concussion and if we should get it checked out...
He had a goose egg, he said he had a bit of a headache, but he was OK. That evening and the next morning he had a headache, so I kept him home from school, but by lunchtime, he really really wanted to go back to school, so we let him. Tonight, 4days after the collision, his goose-egg is gone, he has a little bit of bruising, but he was just complaining he felt dizzy, with a headache again. I wonder if we are out of the concussion woods? All day he was fine.. could it be unrelated??
Hi there. I was involved in an accident about 7 years ago and suffered a concussion. I had a "goose egg" on my forehead ever since. Can someone tell me what causes it and how to treat it?
Went backwards, hit my head on a brick, broke at least one toe, soaked in Epsom salts, bloody and foot swollen, butt and side throbbing, goose egg on my elbow. Confused. **** this hurts. Back to like my bike wreck. I feel so awful right now. **** **** ****. Thought I had this under control. Apparently not. My foot hurts so bad. My head is swollen. Kids made me stay up until they were assured I didn't have a concussion. Oh. I forgot how much it hurts to fall. Glad my bones are relatively strong.
At the time I had a concussion and a very large goose egg on my forehead. For the last five days I have continued to have a headaches, feel sick, dizzy, light headed, very tired and I'm still having alot of pain in a large area around where I was struck. Alot of the swelling has gone down but I have gotten a black eye and the bruising is moving around alot. I do not have health insurance so I have not gone to the doctor yet, but I am concerned that I do not feel better.
My now 9 year old son banged his forehead 18 months ago, There was a huge goose egg and bruising, but no other symptoms to indicate concussion. He still has a lump on his forehead however, will this ever heal ?
I hit the back of my head on concrete last week (last Wednesday) and developed a giant goose egg on the left backside of my head. I had a horrible headache for two days and had difficulty sleeping due to the pain of laying my bump on the pillow. Other than that, I didn't really have any other symptoms and the tenderness of my bump was starting to subside. Last night during a soccer game I fell backward and landed on the back of my head.
A pedeatrician explained something to me in light of my daughter hitting her head on the ground riding her bike in the yard. She screamed in fear until the adult in charge found me. She was redfaced when I saw her. She calmed down when she had me. The lump on her head was the size of a jumbo egg. Very scary looking. The doc explained that the scalp is very vascular. It covers the skull, which is an "immovable object". When she hit her head, it caused bleeding under the skalp.
Now a week and a half after the fall I still have a goose egg on my head and still sore, but now I also have a couple of other bumps below the goose egg to pop up, not big but sore. I am still getting headaches and pressure at times. Any information on what the additional bumps could be, as I refuse to go see a doctor.
I thought that I was fine, that it was no big deal (very sore neck, huge goose-egg on my head, and sore back notwithstanding) until a few minutes ago when my wife and I talked about what happened, and I realized that I could remember almost nothing of the incident. Classic symptoms of a concussion, I know, and the popping/grinding noises way up my neck, almost like inside my head have me concerned, so I'll go to a doc in the morning.
I thought that I was fine, that it was no big deal (very sore neck, huge goose-egg on my head, and sore back notwithstanding) until a few minutes ago when my wife and I talked about what happened, and I realized that I could remember almost nothing of the incident. Classic symptoms of a concussion, I know, and the popping/grinding noises way up my neck, almost like inside my head have me concerned, so I'll go to a doc in the morning.
I thought that I was fine, that it was no big deal (very sore neck, huge goose-egg on my head, and sore back notwithstanding) until a few minutes ago when my wife and I talked about what happened, and I realized that I could remember almost nothing of the incident. Classic symptoms of a concussion, I know, and the popping/grinding noises way up my neck, almost like inside my head have me concerned, so I'll go to a doc in the morning.
I thought that I was fine, that it was no big deal (very sore neck, huge goose-egg on my head, and sore back notwithstanding) until a few minutes ago when my wife and I talked about what happened, and I realized that I could remember almost nothing of the incident. Classic symptoms of a concussion, I know, and the popping/grinding noises way up my neck, almost like inside my head have me concerned, so I'll go to a doc in the morning.
I thought that I was fine, that it was no big deal (very sore neck, huge goose-egg on my head, and sore back notwithstanding) until a few minutes ago when my wife and I talked about what happened, and I realized that I could remember almost nothing of the incident. Classic symptoms of a concussion, I know, and the popping/grinding noises way up my neck, almost like inside my head have me concerned, so I'll go to a doc in the morning.
For the past 4 years I have been experiencing horrible symptoms. It seemed that the whole thing started as a sinus infection but then I went for a CT scan of sinuses and they were clear. I have been having symptoms of dizziness, head pain, shakiness and a spaced out kind of foggy feeling like i am watching my life from the outside - all day every day. There are some times for a couple of hours during the day that the symptoms may lift and give me a few moments to live- but not much.
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