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    Good catch by cornflake on the “being out for an hour or two”. I missed that last night when responding. That’s bad news.

    Also, not to get on a soapbox, but having someone be “fine” after several hours versus days, weeks, trivializes the severity of a concussion. It’s head trauma. To the brain. It doesn’t just go away. Even if you have a mild one, there are symptoms that linger or that you may not realize you have until later. (And sometimes what may seem mild initially can result in post concussion syndrome...) If you aren’t as lucky, it can have lifelong implications.
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