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    Basically, I got drunk in London at a house party, passed out, tried to get up after a couple of hours, slipped and whacked my head on bathroom tiles. An ambulance was called, I immediately regained consciousness (If I did lose consciousness because of the whack - I can't tell as I was already pissed and can't remember getting up and hitting my head) by the time/when the ambulance people arrived.

    The next day I felt okay but the day after I was tired and just emotionally drained. There's a medium sized bump on the head just north west of my right ear and it's constantly worrying me. I feel like an idiot for wasting taxpayers money and don't really want to waste a GPs time. I did call out-of-hours and the GP on the other end reassured me to say if something was going to happen, it would've happened by now.

    On the emotional side I keep questioning why I let myself get so drunk and how I'm lucky that is hasn't caused as many issues as it could've done if I hit my head harder/in a different area. I also just want to be alone taking care of myself but I feel bad pushing people away. I just feel vulnerable at the minute.

    Thanks for any advice, I know I was very stupid and I've definitely learnt my lesson.
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