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    Never ending concussion
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    Anon_56583 posted:
    So about a month ago I got a concussion in our schools powder puff football game. I guess I got one when someone tackled me or something like that. The day it happened I had a headache and ended up going home and sleeping for about 15 hours which was unusual. That next day I became very nauseous and my headache was getting worse and worse. I know it takes time to heal but I am still nauseous and have horrible headaches. Is there any time soon this may go away? I know there's not much to do about this but I am desperate and it's starting to drive me crazy. If someone could give me an answer that would be much appreciated
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