I was in a motorcycle accident about three months ago. I was wearing a helmet, but was knocked out for a few minutes (concussion). I walked away feeling fine and sought no medical attention, except for the paramedics at the seen. About 24 hours after the accident I started having momentary spells of vertigo, which lasted about a week or so. Now three months after the accident I feel in a contant state of fog, like a heaviness and detacment that is lingering on me as if I was carring an anvil atop my head. I saw the doctor, CT scan, X-rays, blood work are all normal. Nothing seems to shake this feeling, rest, exercise, advil, etc. Does anybody know what might be going on? Thanks.Reply Follow This Thread Stop Following This Thread Flag this Discussion
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