The Cause Is Easy To Forget At A Young Age With A History Of Repeated Headaches?
I want to ask, when I was a child of about 6 years old I was tortured where my head was often banged against the wall until there were two purple bumps on my forehead. I used to have a very good memory, but as time went by I began to forget and it got worse for example I once remembered that this morning I had eaten noodles but it turns out it was something I did 2 days ago and something like that often happened that made I’m confused. What happened to me? Can you say a concussion?
Hi Talita, thank you for asking on HealthReplies.com.
Traumatic head injury or often known as a concussion is a head injury that occurs due to a history of trauma, such as collisions, shocks, or blows. Complaints that arise also vary in each person depending on the severity of the head injury. But the common symptoms that are often seen are headaches, dizziness, nausea to vomiting, disorientation, loss of concentration to memory, even fainting or loss of consciousness.
To establish a diagnosis of concussion itself, it is necessary to have a complete physical examination and is supported by additional examinations such as plain head photographs and CT head scans. Various images can be obtained from the results of additional examinations such as brain fractures, bleeding, or brain swelling. Therefore it is very important to see a doctor immediately to do the examination especially with symptoms that persist and to disturb the activity.
For now, all you can do is get enough rest, eat nutritious food, and exercise regularly to prevent worsening of symptoms.
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