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any idea why this odd behavior would occur?

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A few days ago I fell, slamming my head against the corner of a dresser, requiring 4 stitches for a fairly deep gash. Since I have developed headache, dizziness, a general feeling of being off balance. Went to doctor and he says concussion, plans to schedule a CT. My question is about a behavior that has developed in the last couple of days. I keep having the urge to lie on the floor, any floor. At home, the doctor's office exam room, storage building(dirty floor). Now I can resist when it would be totally inappropriate, such as storage building or doctor's office. My question is do you have any idea why this odd behavior would occur? Is it, as I suspect, related to the concussion? Thanks for any help you can provide.

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replied November 21st, 2014
Brain and Head Injuries Answer A50172
Thank you for consulting e-healthforum. Compulsive behavior is not likely related to head injury. There most likely should be other explanation.


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