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Had traumatic brain injury. Post concussion syndrome. Inner ear infection, feeling of bugs crawling

Hi, 10 years ago i suffered a traumatic brain injury and have 25% perminant frontal lobe damage. I had post concussion syndrome and it took me ten years to recover. In the last few months i have been having the following problem - I wake up in the middle of the night/or day (i am a shift worker) and feel like the whole bed is shaking, I open my eyes and my vision is shaking fast. I have experienced inner ear infections in the past but this symptom is different. The other symptom i have (ever since my injury) is my brain feels like it is about to explode sometimes - almost like there is bugs crawling in it - Its like i have to focus hard to slow it down. Thanks you in advance. Lisa
Asked On : Mon, 26 Nov 2012
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Thanks for your query
I have gone through your problem
as far as injury is concerned all the organic problems have been dealt I guess
it more looks to me as posttraumatic stress
all you need to do is to sit with a counsilar and discuss your problems with
wish you a good health
Answered: Sun, 10 Nov 2013
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