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post #11 of 22 (permalink) Old 02-07-2011, 10:40 PM
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OK big deep breath because Im high..


Nobody can tell you what you are wanting to hear but odds are your fine.
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This pretty much sums it up

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Yes you can. Who's hindering you from pronouncing exactly these words┐ Look at the professionals. After a KO often they are not allowed to fight for several months - and in pro fighting business (fighting) is usually valued higher than health. So if you're not a pro fighter (which your way of questioning doesn't suggest) you should keep it easy for a while to your own interest.

Btw. the brain itself cannot feel pain. So pain isn't a reliable indicator on how much damage the brain has taken after a trauma. That's something you only can find out via MRI.
thankyou for this, and no, im not a professional fighter.

as stereotypical as this may sound, im a die hard mma fan and love the sport. i had to stand up for myself and fight someone i didnt want to, but if i didnt i'd be a ***** forever.

however, in school, people get into fights, its in our dna, it happens no matter what.

im not trying to be convinced i can turn down a fight, i was just wondering how much a difference this could make in my ability to take strikes without the lights turning out. i probably wont get in another fight, and ill avoid one if i can, but sometimes they happen and thats why i want to know this.
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OK big deep breath because Im high..


Nobody here can tell you what you are wanting to hear but odds are you're fine.
im baked myself

but anyways you can help me.

have you been ko'd before?

if so, have you noticed a difference in the amount of damage you can take before and after being ko'd, and if so, have you found there to be a large difference, or any at all

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post #17 of 22 (permalink) Old 02-13-2011, 12:07 PM
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If youve recovered just fine and dont experience any recurring dizziness or pain youre probably alright. Although if i were you i'll probably get it checked by a doctor just to be sure
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you were still sparring after getting a concussion? do people need to be told not to do that?

after getting a concussion you become far more susceptible to permanent damage until you fully heal. if you fight concussed you are an idiot, plain and simple. no one ever makes you fight. fighting is for fun, its something I do with friends in a controlled environment. if you need to defend yourself use a weapon, its what i do.



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you were still sparring after getting a concussion? do people need to be told not to do that?

after getting a concussion you become far more susceptible to permanent damage until you fully heal. if you fight concussed you are an idiot, plain and simple. no one ever makes you fight. fighting is for fun, its something I do with friends in a controlled environment. if you need to defend yourself use a weapon, its what i do.
@ Xerberus :

I know that in the general opinion of the people who have replied in this thread is that the kid should get checked out by a doctor.

I have a nagging concern for my own body currently after reading this topic. I know that I have had a delayed concussion in the past. I believe I received the blow to my head when I was 10 or 11 years old. Basically a piece of firewood cracked me in the head, I had enough motor skills to get myself about a hundred yards to my house to relay what had happened.

The next day I had gone into school and went into a state of concussion. The only thing I can recall from this experience is that I felt extremely dizzy. I had the help of two people just to get to the nurse's office. When mom got there I could not walk on my own-accord.

I would be believe that after 12 to 14 years that this concussion should be healed. I am curious if something like this should be checked out after such a long period of recovery?



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edit: what im asking is, did my dumbass friend ruin my chin permanently?

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look, ive been in like 2 fights my whole life ok, i dont go around picking or starting them. someone started one with me and i stood up for myself... sometimes the only way to settle things is in a fight, and if you step down your a *****. its about being a man... you cant let people walk over you, sometimes you have to stand up for yourself to get respect so that people dont pick on you...

i assure you i have no bullying problems but assuming somebody calls me a ***** or tries walking over me or challenges me to a fight, THAT is why im asking the above questions.... i dont want to fight, and probably wont....
wait....i'm confused how this went from your buddy hurting you while grappling, to being concerned about fighting someone else / getting into fights with other people soon. especially since you said you don't train.

if you're really worried about getting into another fist fight before your concussion heals, something's amiss dude. also why in the hell are you guys running around arm-barring each other in living rooms when you don't train? that's just begging for someone to get seriously injured.
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