Almost 2 weeks ago I suffered concussion from falling on ice and hitting my head. I immediately had a neurological exam and a cat scan and they said it was normal. I have had increased headaches and nausea so I had another Cat scan on wednesday night. I was told not to exercise until I am feeling better but I am getting antsy. I was told not to work out because getting my blood pressure higher can lead to bleeding in the brain.
when can i work out? Can i begin with an easier work out? and if so, what?
I had a concussion in a car accident 2 weeks ago and was diagnosed with post-concussive syndrome and cervical strain. I am still in significant pain. I am really upset about not exercising and getting out of shape.
Sorry to here about your injury. I had a car accident in 2004 and didn't realize right away I had a concussion I currntly still have migraines and memory issues I just found out My MRI has a 4mm white spot in my right frontal lobe Doctors haven't been very upfront about any of my injuries If you don't break bones in an accident seems like the insurance companies can get away with keeping facts from you
I am having a terrible migraine today Most the pain is on the top of my head but I can feel some of it on the sides down the back to my neck
They put me on topamax sometime ago but I had more migraines so the only maintennce for the migraines I'm on is Lyrica
I did some things yesterday that needed to be done and that is why I'm like this today If I want to stay at a pain level 6 I can't do much other than sit around a little Walk some but no picking up anything bend twisting kneeling, pretty much nothing
Help I'm so frustrated I have had MRI,XRAYS They say I have more pain then I should Well my brain is doing that I'm on vicidin,lyrica,wellbutrin,cymbalta, synthroid,toprol, I even had a MRI of my brain because of the migraines
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