I hit my head. No signs of concussion but still sensitive, please advise?

About a week ago, I hit my head. No signs of concussion, only a slight bruise that was tender to touch. This afternoon, while washing my face, when I went over that spot I experienced a pulling and tingling sensation directly back to the top of my scalp. This is the first day and it’s happened any time I apply slight pressure to that spot. (ie: applying makeup) I had an aneurysm about 7 years ago and they glued the affected vessel with no further issues beyond minor numbness, in a couple of spots, on the left side. Is this something I should be concerned about or will it go away when the bruise is gone?

Age: 44
Medications: Metoprolol, Ventolin, Symbicort, Iron, Ecotrin 81mg, Azithromyacin

I had an accident, do I have a concussion, Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI) or a whiplash injury?

Hi Doctor…i had a side crash car accident 3 months ago and i was the driver all air bags opened…i started having symptoms 7 days after the crash pressure in the head difficulty moving slurred speech blurred vision headaches and nausea….on day 10 i had like a mini stroke went to ER ct scan of brain came normal and so was my MRI…doctor said ut was a concussion…the strike like symptoms did last for few minutes …since then i am not feeling normal and i experience symptoms all the time…do i have a concussion or a Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI) or a whiplash injury i am confused and how long do i need to recover

thank you


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I was found unconscious at work. Black eye, broken maxilla, concussion, no bruising anywhere

months ago at work I was found unconscious. Black eye, broken maxilla, concussion, no bruising anywhere but my head. Unconscious for 3 hours. No memory of what happened. What would you want to test for to rule out causes? No history of losing consciousness, ho health issues, no medications, not obese, not ill, physically active. Female in 50s

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