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It is most likely just a bruise. This does not sound like an injury to the intra cranial structures.
For head injuries, you should have dizziness, nausea, loss of consciousness, bleeding from the ear, nose or throat etc.
Soft tissue bruise especially on the temple can cause pain while chewing since the temporalis muscle, which is a muscle of mastication originates from the temporal fossa. Any bruise in this area will cause pain during chewing.
Rest assured and keep yourself hydrated. You should be fine.
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