Tingling, Accompanied By Eyes And Left Ear Feels Strange After Hitting?
Yesterday My Head Hit It Continues to Swell, At first I thought it was a normal thing. Since that incident, the part that was hit often hurt sometimes.
Thank you for the question.
Trauma in the head can sometimes be something to worry about. This can be dangerous depending on the type of impact, the strength and chronology of the impact, the location of the impact, the condition of the impact and swelling after the impact, and accompanying symptoms after the impact such as nausea / vomiting, dizziness, fainting, etc. including complaints to the eyes and ears if collisions occur in the head. Therefore, you need to explain further the complaints that you experience.
Basically, a collision in the head can cause:
Head injury. Hematoma. Ear trauma. If you experience complaints such as nausea / vomiting, severe headaches, fainting, then decreased vision, decreased vision, spinning dizziness, or ringing in the ears, you should immediately see a doctor. The doctor will ask for further complaints, conduct a physical examination, and conduct investigations such as CT scan to see abnormalities in the head, and provide therapy according to the cause of the disorder. However, if within a few days your complaint has improved without any of the above symptoms, you don't need to worry.
The following recommendations you can do at home:
Enough rest. Swollen compresses impact with cold water. Apply swollen collision with over-the-counter antimicrobial drugs. Take over-the-counter pain relievers such as paracetamol. Avoid changing the position of sleeping-sitting-standing suddenly. Hope this helps :)