Dizziness Continues After An Accident?
6 days ago I was in an accident or my collision fainted and had convulsions. I wear a helmet and the helmet can’t be separated from the head. I only recently realized after being taken to the hospital. after regaining consciousness I immediately vomited. after that it was scanned or rancid in the head because I felt dizzy and there were bruises or small bumps on the head. the scan results are safe / nothing happens. after being discharged from the hospital a few days ago I still felt dizzy. until the 6th day. every time I get up or lie down and want to stand, I get dizzy or fall. why is that?
Good morning, thanks for asking at HealthReplies.com. Complaints that you experience with dizziness and fall after an accident can be most likely due to a head injury that you experience, especially if you have a history of convulsions and vomiting, which indicates the impact that your head feels is quite heavy despite being protected by a helmet.
The possibility of head injury can still be counted because the bleeding that occurs inside the head may not be detected at that time, but several days afterwards. This is due to bleeding that occurs gradually so that although not initially detected, there is actually ongoing bleeding. Another possibility is brain bruising, and low blood pressure.
We suggest that you check your condition again with a neurologist for a repeat examination, and make sure that there really aren't any changes and abnormalities from your last examination. When checking yourself, you should also take your X-rays and old CT scans into consideration for your neurologist. The handling you will receive later depends on the results of this inspection.
Meanwhile, you should not drive or operate heavy goods first. Focus on resting and seeing a doctor, taking over-the-counter pain relievers by reading the rules of use listed, avoiding cigarette smoke and stress, drinking lots of water, and if you feel very weak, ask someone to accompany you. So, hopefully answering your question.