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had a severe concussion a year and a half ago and still experiencing symptoms. Family's attitude was "It's just a concussion" When my Dr. said mild traumatic brain injury suddenly people were more caring. concussions vary greatly and it's good to see an article explaining that.
Thanks for sharing this very important info
Very important to know!
I have a history of falling - whacked my head several times. I’m 70, & a military nurse. Used to work there for about 25 years. I’ve gotten numerous CT scans.So far, no brain bleeds from falling (I do have micro infarcts in there, but 1 was told it’s fairly common @ my age. No falls since 11 Nov 2019. Some slips & almost falls, but fingers crossed! Thanks for sharing this.
Extremely important to know.
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