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Hello and thanks for your question. Having had a negative CT scan in the ER, it is quite unlikely that a spontaneous bleed would begin after that. However, to be safe, it is a good idea to monitor your symptoms and make sure they're getting better and not worse. Specifically, if your headache is getting noticeable worse, you are abnormally sleepy, you start to have double vision or lose vision in one eye, or if your memory and mental processing become noticeably worse, these are all reasons to see your PCP or, more likely, go back to the ER. But, I think the chances of that happening are remote--just a good idea to stay on top of it. Does that make sense?
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