Handling For A Child 2 Years After Falling From A Motorbike?

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Thank you Fanny Widya for the question on the HealthReplies.com forum, conditions where a collision occurs on the head can cause various problems in the brain including concussion conditions. In conditions of concussion usually in addition to complaints of pain in the head, a person can also complain of several symptoms such as:
- nauseous vomit
- impaired consciousness
- visual impairment
- memory loss
- balance disorders
- there is a change in behavior

If some of these symptoms are found, a person is usually required for further examination or monitoring in order to detect early if a worsening occurs (usually in the first 24 hours). However, if after a few days your child's condition does not improve or it feels that it is currently getting worse (headaches are getting worse) it is better if your child can still be checked first by a pediatric surgeon so that further evaluation can be carried out before carrying out a related examination.

Here is an article about concussion

That's all from me, hopefully it can help
dr. Christian Chandra

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