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- During the next 48 hours, a reliable person should carefully watch the patient.
- Take painkillers for headaches as recommended by the doctor.
- Rest and avoid watching screens (video games, electronic devices, TV) noise, and contact sports.
- The return to your normal activities should be gradual.
If any of the following occur, the patient must be brought back to the hospital:
- Drowsiness and deep sleep so you can’t wake the patient up.
- Frequent vomiting or nausea that prevents the patient from eating and drinking.
- Severe headache.
- Slurred speech and inability to speak correctly.
- If there are convulsions or involuntary movements.
- Inability to know place, time and people (confusion).
- Imbalance during walking (unsteady Gait).
- Visual impairment.
- Weakness or numbness of the arms, legs or any part of the body.
- Bleeding (liquid leaking) from the ears or nose.