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Capt Plzen, Pl, Czech Republic 9110 posts
Sep 8th '12
♥BakedACake♥ 2 kids; Hillsboro, Missouri 2964 posts
Sep 8th '12
Quoting God:" What are er worthy bumps? Kaye just fell 4 ft before she hit the ground she hit her lower forehead, right ... [snip!] ... deeeeeep blue. Pupils are fine, she cried for like 10 minutes.. Shea being silly, but she's 2.. walks OK.. I live in Illinois"


I would certainly be going. She could still have a mild concussion.

Dovahkiin 1 child; 1 angel baby; Kentucky 16776 posts
Sep 8th '12

I had two of my kids run face first into each other at recess and one of them got a huge peach sized goose egg on his eye, but he was fine. Surprisingly, the one who barely had a bruise, was the one who ended up with the concussion. It's up to you, if you think she is acting normally, I wouldn't take her to the ER. If she starts acting lethargic or throwing up, take her in.

His Wife & Her Mommy :-) Due April 10 (boy); 1 child; Brentwood, New York 600 posts
Sep 8th '12
Quoting God:" What are er worthy bumps? Kaye just fell 4 ft before she hit the ground she hit her lower forehead, right ... [snip!] ... deeeeeep blue. Pupils are fine, she cried for like 10 minutes.. Shea being silly, but she's 2.. walks OK.. I live in Illinois"


Just do not let her fall asleep for a hour or 2. And pay attention to any weird behaviors and any bleeding or foaming and check her eyes. Thats what they told me and the ER.

Nut ღ Meg Beverly Hills, CA, United States 40262 posts
Sep 8th '12

The bump is going out, I'd assume? If so, that's "good".



Watch for pupils, if she throws up at all or you can't keep her awake I'd head into the ER, but I wouldn't rush there just yet if she is happy and calm. Give her Tylenol to help with the headache she is going to have.

Nut ღ Meg Beverly Hills, CA, United States 40262 posts
Sep 8th '12
Quoting ♥BakingACake♥:" I would certainly be going. She could still have a mild concussion."


There is nothing they can do for a concussion. Rest is usually best.

SomeMommy 5 kids; 1 angel baby; Chicago, IL, United States 74008 posts
Sep 8th '12

No identions inward? If her pupils are fine and dilating and she's acting fine, I'd watch her for the next 24-48hrs for anything. I know I never sleep well when this stuff happens but just keep an eye on her.

Capt Plzen, Pl, Czech Republic 9110 posts
Sep 8th '12

ok thanks ladies.



ive never had a kid hit their head as hard as she did, my gosh i was surprised she was conscience.

Jada's Momma 1 child; Connecticut 574 posts
Sep 8th '12

Take her just to be safe. Dcf got on my case cause i thought that when my daughter rolled off the couch

Thunderchunk 2 kids; Mobile, Alabama 11066 posts
Sep 8th '12

Oh no! Poor lady. Just watch out for her falling asleep or puking.
That's scary! Hope she feels better asap.

♥mamabear +2 2 kids; Michigan 3146 posts
Sep 8th '12

If she is acting normal, I wouldn't be as worried. Don't let her go to bed right away and keep an eye on her.