Ear Ringing, Frequent Daydreaming, Slow Response After Head Injury?
Congratulations mlm, in March 2017 I had an accident and was unconscious, my left ear and nose were bleeding after I woke up I don’t remember how I could have experienced this incident, until now my ears often ring and the response becomes slow when I talk and often daydreaming, is this dangerous and how long will it take to heal as before? r nThank you
Head injury that causes the person to lose consciousness, blood comes out of the nasal cavity and / or ear or oral cavity, vomiting is generally classified as a serious type of head injury. This condition carries a higher risk of harm than a head injury without these symptoms.
However, it is not yet certain whether your current complaint, namely ringing in the ears, daydreaming frequently, and slowing down response is really due to a history of previous head injuries. Because more information is needed to be sure that the complaint is really related to a head injury or is due to some other cause.
As for several things that can cause ringing ears, frequent daydreaming, or a slowed down response can be caused by:
Side effects of certain drugs, such as aspirin, anti-depressant drugs, aminoglycoside antibiotics Frequent exposure to high-power noise / sounds, including listening to large volumes of headsets / earphones. Experiencing ear infections, for example otitis media Head injury Hyperthyroid or hypothyroidism
Therefore, the danger or not can not be drawn conclusions without conducting a medical examination of Linda directly, before carrying out the examination the doctor will ask some questions related to medical history, routine, history of consumption of certain drugs / foods and beverages. Only then will you carry out a basic physical examination, if the results of the basic physical examination still cannot provide a clear picture of your condition, the doctor may consider Linda for supporting examinations such as CT-Scan, MRI, blood lab, etc.
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