It was about a year ago that I fell down the stairs and cracked my head open. In February a neurologist found out that I was having seizures that was affecting my leg and I kept on falling. I had to get a brace and was put on meds. The falling stopped but now I noticed that I am losing time. I can be watching a hockey game and all of a sudden its the second period and the score is different. I did not fall asleep. I dont know where that time went. This is happening more and more often. I am also starting to drop things. Like pencils and stuff. Because I am other meds for anxiety but this has never happened before, my pdoc said to talk to the neurologist and if it isnt the seizures or result of the fall we will work more with the anxiety. I am going to the neurologist next week, but I just wanted to have a clue if a head injury can get worse or change after such a long time.
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