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lingerieK

873d

how long do Post concussions last

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    • alex..evans

      542d

      mins has been nearly 4 years but it varies for everyone, normally it lasts 6 months or so but it just depends x

    • alex..evans

      542d

      mins has been nearly 4 years but it varies for everyone, normally it lasts 6 months or so but it just depends x

    • lingerieK

      862d

      Wow, I am so sorry for y'all's on going symptoms..many prayers to each and everyone of you. I am hoping that my current situation has subsided (as I had just Fallen at home flat on my back) no internal damages-thank God๐Ÿ™๐Ÿ™๐Ÿ™๐Ÿ™๐Ÿ™๐Ÿ™๐ŸŒน๐ŸŒน๐ŸŒน๐ŸŒน๐ŸŒน๐ŸŒน thank you for responding I appreciate it

    • Jenni_Star

      862d

      My worst concussion had obvious and directly related symptoms for 6 or 8 months. However, the concussion Iโ€™m thinking of dented my head which caused permanent nerve damage and bruised my occipital lobe. That concussion also caused me to have Midline Shift Syndrome which is still an ongoing issue years later even though my head and brain has healed. Every time I get bumped on the head in that area, my vision is drastically changed and I need my prism glasses to reset my vision properly.

    • BeeeeMe

      865d

      I am going on 6 years.

      • Zozo_ollie

        809d

        @BeeeeMe It's been 8 since the first concussion and I can tell you that it has sucked that the symptoms have lasted this long and I'm sorry that it's been a long time for you.

    • MargotAndMax

      871d

      I got my concussion 12 years ago and still struggle with the aftermath. It depends greatly on the person and injury.

      • Jo12356

        822d

        @MargotAndMax have you ever heard of the mind eye institute?

    • lingerieK

      872d

      I just wanted to know if anybody else would have had experience it.. they told me anywhere from 6 months on I'm losing a lot of work because of it

    • DingusBingus

      872d

      It varies wildly based on the person and the concussion. This is a great question for your doctor

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