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03-08-2013, 08:58 AM
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Originally Posted by Stjonnypopo View Post
What's really tough about concussions is that there's no timetable. When someone breaks their arm we know it's 4-6 weeks, and we have updates on their condition. When it's a concussion the only updates we have are "he's not symptom free" or "he's feeling better". It's frustrating for us so imagine how frustrating it is for them. Physically they're fine (well mostly) but their head prevent them from playing.
As someone who has suffered multiple concussions, it is definitely frustrating. You can wake up in the morning and feel great, head out to the gym to work out and suddenly you start to feel dizzy and get the feeling that you need to throw up. It sucks.

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