Three months ago I jumped from a buring car (20mph-25mph)...and tumbled for a bit. Later that day and to the present, blurred vision, shakey vision (tremor ???) horrible headache and very sensitive to light (leading to arc-eye...a condition I've only associated with veiwing arc-welding with no eye protection...very scratchy and painful).
I couldnt shower for three days after, due to powerful pins & needles sensation when warm water hit my neck. Eventually, I washed my hair to find gravel stuck in the back my scalp with lots of dried blood and scabbing. I dont remember hitting my head.
The symtems are still present in varying intensities. It's NOT SAFE to drive ever or walk in full sunlight.
A darkened room with low sound are the only things that help relieve symtems.
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