Lumps On The Forehead And Bruises That Spread After The Fall?
Hello r n My sister is a 4 year old girl r nSaturday yesterday (18/8) she fell, and resulted in a lump as big as a ping pong ball and a blue bruise on the forehead (above the left eye) r nThe day was ice compressed , and to this day the lump has deflated but has not disappeared and is still a little blue .. r nWhat I want to ask, bruises (light blue spread to the corner of the eye near the nose (right and left), is it dangerous? r nWhen to see a doctor? r n r nThe child’s condition is currently active r nNo fever r nNo nausea r n Cheerful as usual r n r nThank you
From the information you conveyed, if your younger sibling fell on August 18 and currently on August 25, it means that for 8 days his recovery condition has been going well and there are no accompanying complaints, indicating that your younger sibling's condition is not at risk. So that several days have passed, the size of the lump has improved, is not accompanied by nausea, and your brother is still actively providing information on the condition of the collision in the head that is recovering and getting better. So there is nothing to worry about.
With regards to seeing a doctor, the doctor's examination should be done after the trauma has occurred. After falling, with a large lump, you can take your sister directly to the nearest hospital for examination and treatment after head trauma. The doctor will evaluate the risk of trauma, so that it can provide proportional monitoring.
And your sister can also be immediately taken to the nearest doctor or ER if your sister complains of a disturbing headache or is accompanied by nausea or dizziness. In addition to the condition of the complaint, you can evaluate and still provide treatment as before.
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