Hi. Sorry you are banging your head! Our head can take a lot of blows. Keep that in mind. We have a skull for protection. ER's are good for acute situations. I'm glad you got checked out. They did not see any acute signs of a brain injury. They are trained to do tests to determine this. I have kids in sports. Since you've had a concussion before, you know that a doctor does those to determine brain injury. Sounds like the ER doctor didn't see this type of situation for you. I'm sure it hurt. You may have even gotten a goose egg. This has happened to both of my sons and myself. It hurts like a mother. Are there residual effects? Not really and if so, just short term.
Since you are still concerned, how about seeing your regular physician as a follow up to the ER doc visit?
What are the symptoms you are experiencing? When did this happen?
And I do think I am reading within your post a lot of what I'd chalk up to your anxiety disorder. Do you treat your anxiety with a doctor and talk therapist? Do you take medication for it?
Hello, how are you doing now? Hopefully this is better. It does sound like you are doing the right thing by working with your mental health care provider. Head injuries typically show up through testing and it doesn't sound like this is the case for you. Let us know an update.
If you're an athlete with post-concussion syndrome, you may have heard about Sidney Crosby and his experiences. He went to the Carrick Institute. If you can't go see them (I don't know where you are located), maybe you can find a doctor on their find a doctor list - https://acnb.org/DoctorLocator.aspx
It's hard to say if this was a setback, or something more. Are you seeing a neurologist? You mention a doctor, but didn't specify.
Hang in there. :)
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