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Normally a concussion is not that serious as to limit you long term. Did you lose conciuosness for long period of time? Hospitalized? Were you in coma for days or weeks or regain consciousness in minutes?
Regaining consciousness in minutes would favor you having a good prognosis and no problems going forward
Any history of seizures? Again if no then that is in your favor...
There are wide degrees of seriousness as to a concussion. More serious are referred to as Traumatic Brain Injuries (TBI s)
So if mere short term concussion such as a football player may be knocked out on a hit then you should not have any long term problems from it
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Anthony Bray MD
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Yes you may resume normal activity. It sounds from your history that you had a moderate concussion but no need for hospitalization is reassuring here. That is an indicator of a less serious degree of injury. This far out from it you need not worry about resuming normal activities.
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No this far out you are considered 100 percent back to normal. No special treatment or precautions are needed this far out .
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Anthony bray MD
Right, there is nothing that you need to do at this point.