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Old 10-26-2020, 05:59 AM #1
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So I have a concussion. Was told I probably didnt.

The problem is - my eyesight - the too bright lights. Nobody said "keep off your computer for a few days" And I was too out of it too figure that out myself. So I spent far too much time staring at screens. That's on me. So the brightness continues. Hopefully its not going to last.

My advice is: Whatever you do - stay away from the damn computer for a few days.

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Hi Stevegee,
I looked back at your most recent posts and replies.
I don't see where you were told emphatically that you did not have concussion
There were suggestions based on direct questions you asked, and one comment that "most likely" you didn't sustain a new concussion. That is hardly "telling you you didn't?"

The members on this forum are just fellow patients giving their opinions, but none of them claim or suggest that they have medical advice to offer, so I do think your post comes across as a bit harsh toward other patients that you asked questions of, and received unqualified opinions on.

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Hi,

Im not specifically calling anyone out.

Im just giving my experience and opinion.

I do appreciate that this forum is available and frankly, dont think Ive said anything that harsh.
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