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    Have just had my med today, passed everything, great, but 2 years ago i had mild concussion during a football match where i took the ball to the face full powt, i was not knocked out (fortunately), but obviously knocked to the ground but got up a bit dazed, nevertheless i played on and then drove everyone home. When i got home apparently i was babbling a bit, so the olds took me to casualty as a precaution, the doc thought it was quite amusing i kept repeating myself, and kept me in for 5 hours obs but released at 7. No problems found and no problems since, but because of this Head Injury i was put at TMU for the med, they now have to send it to cramwell for approval. apparently they have to do this because of it being a "head injury"
    I am GUTTED,
    Has anyone got any advice or words of wisedom or anyone come across or head of any thing similar.

    thanks in advance

    No advice, just sympathy, but remember it's just TMU at present, not PMU, so don't give up until you hear from Cranwell!
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