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Cristina
Monday, January 2, 2017, 10:43pm Report to Moderator Report to Moderator

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Yesterday evening, after a very quiet Christmas/NYE, as I was coming out of the shower I slipped on the wet tiles and landed on my forehead.  After a trip in the ambulance to the hospital (called 000), head scans and 6 stiches on my forehead, I am today home, recuperating.
Earlier on before the accident, I had taken 2 Proberry caps, for good measure, noticing some 'early morning' signs of flueish conditions .... glad I did that, since I think it make me feel confident I had that extra protection against nasties at the hospital.
I am relatively pain free, at the moment.  I had local anaestetic and a couple of panadol or paracetamol or whatever pain killers they gave me at the hospital.  CT  scan report came good, that is why they let me come home.
I just want to confirm what extra supps shall I take now, while at home and until I see the GP in 7 days to remove the stiches ... Your advice will be much appreciated, as usual.

Thanks and Happy and healthy 2017 to you all ...
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How scary for you. My kids and husband have all suffered a number of concussions and the following is the protocol they all follow:

1.  No screen time, that means no TV, computer or phone time at least for 1 week. - complete physical and cognitive (mental) rest until asymptomatic.  
2.  Do not raise your blood pressure by exercise, after one week if doctor okays, light biking but no weights.  <70% of  max heart rate.  ( was going to type no snow shoveling...but that doesn't work in the southern hemisphere in the summer).  
3.  Be very careful driving, better yet have someone drive you.
4.  Dark sunglasses are mandatory at least for 1 week.  
5.  Be cautious with painkillers as they can mask the symptoms of head trauma..

Good luck, I hope you are asymptomatic soon!!!
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Vitamin e on your sutures.


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Quoted from Cristina

I just want to confirm what extra supps shall I take now, while at home and until I see the GP in 7 days to remove the stiches ...


Consider keep taking the proberry.

Might want to consider Connectivar: http://www.4yourtype.com/connectivar/

Also:

Bromelain
Gotu Kola
Vitamin E
Horsetail
Zinc


MIfHI                            I follow a SWAMI diet.
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try the post surgical protocol


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Thank you everyone for helpful advice  
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If it's any consolation, it is supposed to be less dangerous to hit the front of your head than the back.
But keep alert to any unusual symptoms.
Best wishes for a complete recovery..


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I am going to miss this forum when they close down!!!
The bruises are starting to show on my face now ... Black eye   ....  I started the post surgery protocol, less vit E and GotuKola which I have to go tonight to purchase ... At least I am still relatively pain free .... counting my blessings ...
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Yes, Mrs TO, that is what everyone tells me ... so, like I said before ... we are counting our blessings ....

Thank YOu ...
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