Normally I would not be too concerned about this incident which may just be a vaso-vagal episode or faint although it is not common in boys of this age. However,with his history of a head injury on Monday I think that we should take note of this.There is always the concern about a possible bleed inside the skull or in the brain particularly a condition known as a subarachnoid haemorrhage.The signs of this kind of event may not be easily detectable early on with a neurological examination. You should carefully observe your son for any drowsiness,changes in his speech, loss of appetite, headache or nausea. If you are at all worried about him take him to an emergency medical clinic.
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