This happened years ago when he was young. He told me about it last year. He was playing around his house then slipped over a wet floor and banged his hard. He thought it was nothing but while he was having a shower he suddenly went dizzy and blacked out for a few seconds. He then vomited, and went to sleep for like 13 hours .. more like a coma :( idk. When he woke up he couldn't recognize anyone and that's when they ran to the doctor.
He did some type of operation ( not sure since he didn't wanna talk about it). But he's very smart and I could've never guessed this happened to him. The problem is that since that accident he sleeps A LOT. Minimum 12 hours (sometimes 14 etc) and if no one wakes him up he'll wake up at 5-6 pm. He'd still feel sleepy. Is this normal?? Should he go check up or something???
He's nearly 17.
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