A 17-year-old male asked:
ive recently found out i have a concussion but not bad enough for a head scan and was allowed home.when am i able to get back to physical activities?
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Specializes in Family Medicine
Call doctor back: Concussions are graded one, two and three. Grade three being a knockout or loss of consciousness.
Call back to find out when its OK. More information is needed as well as your job situation.
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A 34-year-old member asked:
I just got hit in the back of the head with a hockey puck. Would there be obvious symptoms of concussion?
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Neurosurgery 33 years experience
Can be: Some of the more common symptoms include confusion, headache, nausea, vomiting, blurred vision, and loss of memory.
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A 39-year-old member asked:
I have a concussion and now i hear a clicking in the back of my head. What could this be?
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Pediatric Neurology 51 years experience
TMJ: You are probably hearing a click from the subluxation your tempromandibular joint. Consult your dentist for help with this.
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A 16-year-old female asked:
Can you get a concussion from hitting the back of your head on a wall?
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Neurology 19 years experience
Concussion: Any head injury may cause a concussion. Some are mild, some are moderate, and some are severe. They may cause symptoms of headache, dizziness, nausea, etc. If you retained consciousness and there are no symptoms, you will be alright.
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I have been recovering from back to back concussions for over a year and yesterday someone patted my head four times kinda hard and it still hurts?
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Neurology 36 years experience
Scalp pain: may take a year to resolve. If you injured a cutaneous nerve and it tried to regrow from its origin and came up against an obstacle (such as scar tissue between the skull and skin) It may form a neuroma. If this is the case tenderness may persist for years. These are issues that are of course separate from the myriad cognitive / behavioral issues that may arise following a single TBI.
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Last updated Nov 4, 2017
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