Head lumps that bulge out are the generally ok one right?
    What to Look For:
    As soon as the accident occurs, and up to a few weeks after, it's crucial to watch for confused speech, lethargy, blurred or double vision, difficulty with balance or walking, vomiting, headaches, and pupils that are bigger than normal or of unequal sizes. Ask your child whether he feels nauseous, has trouble tasting or smelling, or hears a ringing in his ears.
      Yes, just watch for dizziness and sick to the stomach and them acting confused or out of the normal.
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