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    I jumped up hit my head on the ceiling last year I've been getting headaches constantly since last year after I banged my head, couple months after it developed to ms symptoms I'm a guy i was 19 when it happened
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    (Original post by Anonymous)
    I jumped up hit my head on the ceiling last year I've been getting headaches constantly since last year after I banged my head, couple months after it developed to ms symptoms I'm a guy i was 19 when it happened
    As far as I understand, no cause of MS has ever been proven. Some people believe that trauma can cause it, but again this has never been proven to be true or false. See your doctor and explain your symptoms and your concerns and they'll take care of you. Good luck!
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    I wish I never jumped up and hit my head in ****ed forever
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    (Original post by Anonymous)
    I wish I never jumped up and hit my head in ****ed forever
    What ms symptoms do you think you have?

    ms is very difficult to diagnosis after only a couple of months so I highly doubt your symptoms fit with ms clinically. I.e. it requires multiple symptoms distinctly separated in time.

    And no, trauma is not a known cause of ms, ms is an autoimmune condition the exact trigger of which is not known but trauma is not thought to be a trigger.
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    (Original post by Anonymous)
    I jumped up hit my head on the ceiling last year I've been getting headaches constantly since last year after I banged my head, couple months after it developed to ms symptoms I'm a guy i was 19 when it happened

    Same symptoms often occur in different ilnesses and damages.

    It is possible that this hit caused a cyst in Meninges, which may cause the symtoms you mentioned when it rises, or aneurysm.
    The first one can be cured easyli. The second is a ticking bomb. Go and have a computer tomography.

    This may also only be coincidents.
    Sinusitis or high blood pressure combined with depression can give similar symptoms.
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    (Original post by Anonymous)
    I jumped up hit my head on the ceiling last year I've been getting headaches constantly since last year after I banged my head, couple months after it developed to ms symptoms I'm a guy i was 19 when it happened
    I am not saying people on this forum don't know stuff but when it comes to health , I suggest you go see a doctor . It's better
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    I was diagnosed in January I had constant headaches, loss of vision numbers in hand and feet loss of balance etc, it might be a virus that triggered it off I'm a guy btw
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    (Original post by PTMalewski)
    Same symptoms often occur in different ilnesses and damages.

    It is possible that this hit caused a cyst in Meninges, which may cause the symtoms you have mentioned when it rises, or aneurysm.
    The first one can be cured easyli. The second is a ticking bomb. Go and have a computer tomography.

    This may also only be a coincidents
    Sinusitis or high blood pressure combined with depression can give similar symptoms.
    This is fundamentally complete BS, its barely english let alone decent advice.
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    Do you think it's by viruses
 
 
 
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