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Smacked head - uncontrollable crying

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    So a few hours ago I accidentally smacked my forehead. It hurt quite bad and there was quite a loud bang, it swelled but on the whole it didn't hurt too much. It stung for a while and understandably I started crying, but even an hour after when my head had long stopped hurting I couldn't stop crying, which seemed really strange. My family thinks I'm upset about something else as this really isn't normal for me,has anyone experienced something similar and can tell me what's wrong?

    Not being able to stop crying can be a sign of a concussion. Or it could be just from the shock of hurting your head. Either way, if it continues or you feel dizzy, dazed, confused or are sick, I'd advise you get checked over at A&E.
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