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Undiagnosed Brain Injuries Appear to be Very Common
01-15-2012, 04:14 PM,
#1
Undiagnosed Brain Injuries Appear to be Very Common
On June 30, 2003 I was violently tossed in the air by a wooden pallet that was overturned by a force of over 2000 pounds. I
was hurled in the air like a ragdoll at least 20 feet (from launch to landing) and I broke the fall with my shoulder and hand
(judo style). Final resting point was a sitting position, and I was absolutely immobilized -couldn't move a single joint in
my entire body.

As I sat there, I could see a man in the back of a truck (my original position), my brain was able to process this
information, but it could not process my location. I thought I was still in the back of the truck when I was observing him.

It took years and years of reconstructing this trauma over and over in my mind, to figure out the fact that I was not still
in the back of the truck when I was observing this other man.

On June 29, 2003, I was at a wedding, this was brought to my attention about a year after (someone contemplated the
anniversary of the couple in question) and while I am told I attended, I have no recollection regarding this wedding.

Needless to say, I believe that I suffered undiagnosed brain damage on June 30, 2003, and given my retrospective
observations, I wonder whether some experts can provide me with some information regarding the areas in my brain that were
affected.

I am currently seeking to take advantage of the principle that the mind can heal the body and I am therefore trying to
understand my injury to be in a better position to heal myself.
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01-15-2012, 04:47 PM,
#2
RE: Undiagnosed Brain Injuries Appera to be Very Common.
Neurologists would be the best experts to consult. I have little interest in doctors, but, if I found myself in your position, I would seek help immediately.

Also, are you correct with your timeline? You don't recall the wedding you attended on June 29, 2003, and were injured on June 30, 2003? If this is the case, then damage prior to the 29th was caused, and that on the 30th may have exacerbated the issue.

Again, contact an actual expert using your phone. Seeking information and assistance from people on the Internet will only cause you more problems than it's worth.
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01-15-2012, 08:55 PM,
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RE: Undiagnosed Brain Injuries Appera to be Very Common.
I think he is saying that he was injured the day after that wedding and then he had no recollection of ever being to a wedding, only finding out that the couple were actually married one year later. So he lost some memory though since it was only one day before the accident it would still be considered short term memory loss. Regarding your recollection of the accident, trauma could cause this so not necessarily an indication of brain injury. Even forgetting the wedding took place could just be from the shock of the accident and not necessarily any brain injury.

Do you have any other issues? Headaches, poorer memory (short/long term) or anything else that is different since that day?

Yep, see an expert if need be, but I worked in a neurosurgery ward previously so I know a bit about head/brain injuries.
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01-16-2012, 08:56 PM,
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RE: Undiagnosed Brain Injuries Appera to be Very Common.
Good call, nwo2012, and makes perfect sense.
Truth appears in many forms. Find those that resonate with you.

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