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Old 01-24-2021, 08:19 PM #1
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Why is it that I can't laugh, smile, squint my forehead, or even grin without getting dizzy spells? (Started after a serious concussion I had going on 5 years ago)... Back in 2016 I was assaulted and was thrown into a concrete wall busting my head(right above left eyebrow) off of the wall. I was out cold for a couple seconds and woke up dazed and confused about what had happened. All was alright up until a few years ago when I noticed my symptoms werenít going away and had gotten worse. I have drastic mood changes, depression, canít laugh/smile/grin without getting extremely dizzy to the verge of passing outÖcanít concentrate worth crap anymore, have constant headaches and forehead pressure, and have noticed I am getting more sensitive to loud noises. What could it be/what should I do?
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Hi Jdhuffman20

Welcome to NeuroTalk .

I am sorry to read about what you are experiencing.

It might help if you saw an experienced neurologist who can do a detailed assessment of you. This might assist you - I hope so.

You can use the Search option here ((https://www.neurotalk.org/search.php) to find topics and threads which could help you.

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You might check out our PCS/TBI forum
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