Hi everyone,
I know this is an odd topic, but I'm worried. I had a mild concussion and went to a doctor, who gave me a CT scan that came back negative, meaning everything in my brain looked fine. Two weeks after the concussion I mastrubated, and I was worried that it could've worsened the condition of my concussion or even caused a chronic subdural hematoma, just because I know you're supposed to take it easy after a concussion and orgasm raises your BP and all. Most of my symptoms of the concussion have gone away, aside from double vision. Thoughts?
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replied January 6th, 2019
Welcome to EHF.
You don't have to worry about it , If Ct scans are normal and there are no symptoms you can go ahead with your routine activities including masturbation

I hope it helps and wish you good luck
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