I had TBI at the age of two; went through a brain surgery. I've been told that the doctor had told my parents that "May not live long."I recall myself forced to solve puzzles. I'm getting frustrated when expressing myself. I have an occured mild prognathism.After all these, I really think I somehow different from my friends who have no problem reflecting this to me. I seriously am damaged and ironically highly intelligent, got an IQ score of 138 in a clinic.After my epic drama, let me ask the ultimate question..Is there any increased chance of an incident may cause further damage afterall, such as delayed secondary aneurism or rupture or anything? And what should I know, do, aware, anything comes in mind...
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I'm okay waiting for a few days.
Actually, that's not really a question specific enough to make an neurologist to stuck indecisively so I am optimistic someone will take a look in a time.
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I'm sorry to be unable to fulfill the probable requirements for a certain conclusion to be made;
I haven't consulted any doctors about directly this issue.
I have my regular checks with family practitioner, all fine.
Went to a cardiologist after having something like a panic attack, he didn't recommended anything to do, neither a prescription so not any problem or concerns about anything observed, including he knows about my health history.
Recently, no. Not anything new.
I'm not on any medication.
I was the top of school at primary. Junior high was a mess, I couldn't even answered one math related question in the high school entrance exam and ended up in a vocational high school in which I lost a year; from there I started to one of the best colleges' philology department as I did pretty well on the entrance exam of my country.
I'm in the second year of my license program in humanities and not working. I'm bilingual with 5 langs.
The problem is that my family doesn't say this issue openly as they are somehow ashamed or told by a professional to not to inform me. I know it is kind of a ironic to ask here in lieu of getting an MRI. I also made some neurological questionnaire with PEBL test battery in which I did normal.
Thank you for your attention.