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Could Getting Several Concussions Have Caused My Dystonia
Maybe: There is a study comparing motor skill in the hand in subjects that sustained blast injuries and either lost consciousness or only sustained altered consciousness. The loc group demonstrated dystopia like limitations in motor function suggesting there maybe a frontal lobe influence on the neural pathways contributing to dystonia. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Had concussion 2months ago and am constantly sacred every little tap will cause another or driving in a car and breaking.How easy is it to get another?
TBI vs PTSD ?: Feer of driving after a tbi can be due to post traumatic stress disorder. With regard to how much of a blow to the head now would put you at risk......Be on the safe side. Avoid another concussion. Avoid bar fights, contact sports and other risky activities. The longer you go between knocks on the head the better. Might want to have a sit down with a tbi expert to sort this all out. ...Read more
Had one concussion.Is it easier to get another?Would acidentally bumping heads with my boyfriend cause it?I fear that every contact with my head s bad
Yes easier for 2nd: The threshold for suffering concussions after a 1st is lower each time. But one shouldn't live their lives in fear after having one if they are careful and take normal precautions. Most blows to the head do not result in concussions. Just curious though what kinds of activities do you and your boyfriend engage in causing you to be worried about what seem to be frequent blows to the head? ...Read more
Can you please explain how easy is it to get a second concussion?Had first 3months ago.Im scared that walking fast, sneezing, doing chores can cause 2nd
Normal life: You should get back to your normal life. Don't be afraid of regular daily activities (grocery shopping, taking public transportation, reasonable physical activity). Just be careful with things that have high potential for concussion - high impact sports (boxing, football, rugby), riding bike without helmet etc. ...Read more
Can concussion from accident 8 months ago still cause problems & can i get new ones? Left arm & leg numb tingle for a month its getting worse?
Concussion: If the accident was 8 months ago you should be pass the symptoms and if you are getting new ones then you see a neurologist for a consultation to sort out if the new symptoms are still related to the original injury ...Read more
Dear dr, i fall of stair 5 week ago and my head hate a wall i go to ER and have tc scan i got a concussion, sine i fall i got very bad headache non stop, and my blood pressure is low 80/40 and get very dizy. What causes to blood pressure to go this low?
Get checked: The effects of concussions can vary and be unpredictable. It depends on the severity of the injury. The best thing is to give your brain complete rest. The more strain you place on your brain while it is attempting to heal, the more likely it is to slow down the healing process. It would be good to get re-evaluated by your doctor. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Yes it can: Concussion is brain injury. After trauma there can be alteration in awareness and responsiveness and coordination. This indicates a concussion and indicates brain injury. If the injury involves frontal lobes, there can be significant behavioral effects. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Me and my friend hit heads when she was leaning in to tell me something. could that cause concussion?
It depends: It depends on how hard you hit your head. Signs of concussion are dizziness, headache, difficulty concentrating, nausea, light sensitivity, vomiting, to name a few. If you're not experiencing any of these symptoms, and only have mild pain where you hit your head, it's unlikely you would develop a concussion from that collision. ...Read more
Likely not: There are dedicated anti-vaccinationist and conspiracy theorists going crazy in our "immediate information" society fueled by youtube, facebook, twitter, etc. That want to disuade people from using vaccines for anything. It is hype, paranoia, and always agenda driven mostly by people who have no medical training whatsoever. The "1 in a million" case is always possible but not probable! use sense. ...Read more
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