What Is Brain Bleed from Concussion?

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I fell and hit my head in 2 places hasnt bothered me till2 days later,head just feels tight
how old are you ?
you should take a brain CT scan to make sure you don't have internal bleeding .then you should find out  why did you fall down. it's dangerous to  happen again and again. have a longtime EKG monitoring to find out  do you have slow heart rate or not.
I had a brain bleed from a fall. It was in the back of my head doctor said between to areas where it would take care of itself. My question is how long does it take to take care of its self?
What were your symptoms? Did it hurt at the base of your head at the neck?
Generally three months.
yes my neck is sore, can bend it towards chest fine. some days I feel dizzy with lack of coordination. fell hard unconscious for a period of time had a ct done and showed no fractures. thought it may take a few days for a fracture to show up. hit so hard I had a black eye, brusing down all the wat to my chin on the right side of my face, still have a lump on the roght side which is slowly going down I call it my 3rd eye. happened a month ago
I think you had syncope. Reasons for syncope: cardiogenic syncope (seen in heart attack and dangerous arrhythmia), vasovagal reflex syncope, orthostatic hypotension. Cardiogenic syncope is the most dangerous one. You should see a cardiologist to find out if you have heart problems.
Cardiogenic syncope is a case of fainting due to cardiovascular problems. This is one of the most serious forms of syncope. Patients may have symptoms similar to a heart attack, such as tightness in the chest, shortness of breath or palpitations. Cchocardiograms, electrocardiograms and exercise stress tests can be used in diagnosis.

Vasovagal reflex syncope results from intermittent dysfunction of the autonomic nervous system, causing symptoms, including: headedness, dizziness, and nausea. A tilt table test, an implantable loop recorder and an EEG is usually used in diagnosis. People with a single, isolated episode of vasovagal syncope generally do not require any medical therapy. Otherwise, medications may be recommended.

Orthostatic hypotension is a form of low blood pressure that happens when you stand up from sitting or lying down. Symptoms include feeling lightheaded or dizzy after standing up, blurry vision and fainting. Blood pressure monitoring, blood tests and ECG are usually recommended in diagnosis. Treatment aims at restoring normal blood pressure.