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Memory black out???

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  • Posted By: Wolfsbee
  • June 19, 2012
  • 04:30 PM

I had an accident about a month ago, i was in the middle of morning exercise riding with my bicycle. I remember started my exercise from my home and then ride about 2 km before to stop and taking some picture of my bike with good architecture background. And afterr that i remember riding to restarted my exercise and that's it, after that all that i remember is that i'm sort of waking up and realized i was in the emergency room of the hospital, and there is a doctor and nurses and the doctor said that my wound would not need a stiches because it is to small and they will only "glued" it.
I didn't got panic nor feel hurt, i realized that i just got an accident but i just can't remember anything of the accident. I looked arround, everyone there did not look surprise nor relieve so i assume i didnot fainted. I tried hard to remember what happened but i can't recall anything up to the moment when i stopped to take a picture of my bike. I then take picture of myself and realize i got heavy bruce on my left eyes and my upper left lips.
In short, i did not remeber anything for about 15 to 20 minutes of the event, people said that i did not fainted, i was fully awake and communicate or respond to others during the accident and after. But until now i did not remember what i did and the event of accident.
So with all of the above description i greatly appreciate if i can have feedback of what exactly cause my memory black out and how to heal it. I did take a CTScan and everything looks normal according to the doctor.
Thank you

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