Post-traumatic syndrome

What is Post-traumatic syndrome?

Posttraumatic stress disorder

Most people having experienced a traumatizing event will not develop PTSD. War veterans are commonly at risk for PTSD.

Medications including fluoxetine and paroxetine may improve symptoms a small amount. Most medications do not have enough evidence to support their use.

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I had a idiopathic seizure 3 months ago and related head injury (as I fell I hurt my forehead) and suffered a supraorbital "blow out" fracture....

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With the history you have provided, I understand that you had idiopathic seizures on treatment and...

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My fiancee flew off his bike two nights ago and hit the back of his head hard enough to get an egg. He had no other concussion symptoms that night...

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Hello and thanks for posting the query.
As expected, a headache may very well occur after an injury to the head, neck or brain. It is also quite...

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I had a idiopathic seizure 3 months ago and related head injury (as I fell I hurt my forehead) and suffered a supraorbital "blow out" fracture ....

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My fiancee flew off his bike two nights ago and hit the back of his head hard enough to get an egg. He had no other concussion symptoms that night...

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