Head when i want it

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Head when i want it

Back to Health A to Z. Most head injuries are not serious. You do not usually need to go to hospital and should make a full recovery within 2 weeks.

Head when i want it

You or your child could have concussion. Symptoms usually start within 24 hours, but sometimes may not appear for up to 3 weeks. If you do not need to go to hospital, you can usually look after yourself or your child at home.

It's normal to have symptoms such as a slight headache, or feeling sick or dazed, for up to 2 weeks.

Head when i want it

last reviewed: 04 April Next review due: 04 April Head injury and concussion. Immediate action required: Call if someone has hit their head and has:. Do hold an ice pack or a bag of frozen peas in a tea towel to the injury regularly for short periods in the first few days to bring down any swelling rest and avoid stress — you or your child do not need to stay awake if you're tired take paracetamol or ibuprofen to relieve pain or a headache — do not use aspirin as it could cause the injury to bleed make sure an adult stays with you or your child for at least the first 24 hours — call for advice if there's nobody who can stay with you.

Non-urgent advice: See a GP if:.

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