Hit the top if my head pretty hard, should I be concerned or not?
I hit the top of my head pretty hard sunday afternoon, should this be a concern or am I worrying too much about it? Thanks...
Unless you are having dizzy spells, stomach aches or vision problems, there shouldn't be any need to worry. The head is pretty hard.
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