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    Ellieshines posted:
    I hit my head in Jan of 2011 when some heavy wood blinds fell on them. Nothing shows up in a CT scan, but I still have a bump on my head and I have pain at the site. It feels like I just hit my head! It is not ALL the time, but about 40% of it! I have been to see 2 neoro Docs, physical therapy, and massage. The Doctors told me it could take up to 6 months to heal! Well it's been 14 months, and I am not healing. Feeling like it will never go away. Please give me hope or tell me I'm not alone. Sometimes I think "do I have a tumor or something?".
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