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    Quote Originally Posted by C0WB0Y View Post
    I once accidentally over-Judo'd a guy into a short coma.
    I know a former international who as a young guy at one of his first national training camps was O soto-ed onto his head.

    It induced a stroke.

    He had to have fluid drained from his brain and afterwards they told him that he couldn't move whilst in bed because there wasn't enough fluid to cushion it.

    After 8 hours on his side he'd had enough and turned onto his back as he turned he could feel his brain sliding inside his skull and 'splodge' against the otherside.

    He didn't move again until the doctors told him he could, lol.
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    Quote Originally Posted by judoka_uk View Post
    I know a former international who as a young guy at one of his first national training camps was O soto-ed onto his head.

    It induced a stroke.

    He had to have fluid drained from his brain and afterwards they told him that he couldn't move whilst in bed because there wasn't enough fluid to cushion it.

    After 8 hours on his side he'd had enough and turned onto his back as he turned he could feel his brain sliding inside his skull and 'splodge' against the otherside.

    He didn't move again until the doctors told him he could, lol.
    If there's no nerve endings in the brain how did he feel it?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Super8astard View Post
    If there's no nerve endings in the brain how did he feel it?
    If your brain hits the side of the skull, you do notice it. Plus of course, the skull has feeling.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Yoj View Post
    If your brain hits the side of the skull, you do notice it. Plus of course, the skull has feeling.
    When I got a screw taken out of my talus, it was the creepiest thing I've ever experienced. If that dude could feel his brain slide and splat, I can only imagine how nasty that must've felt.
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    Quote Originally Posted by judoka_uk View Post
    After 8 hours on his side he'd had enough and turned onto his back as he turned he could feel his brain sliding inside his skull and 'splodge' against the otherside.
    Well, at least this nightmare might displace the one where my teeth keep falling out.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Super8astard View Post
    When I got a screw taken out of my talus, it was the creepiest thing I've ever experienced. If that dude could feel his brain slide and splat, I can only imagine how nasty that must've felt.
    One of my old professors explained that during early brain surgery patients were kept awake, just a local was used, as the brain couldn't 'feel', and they would be guided to where they needed to get to by the patients responses of what they experienced when prodded, as the brain would generate signals for each bit of it that was touched. How true that is I'm not sure, but it too sounds freaky.
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    I've occasionally felt what I thought was my brain move in my head as a result of mega impacts in Rugby.

    Also every now and again I get this really disconcerting feeling as if there's an air pocket in the bone on the right side of my skull and a small piece of bone or other had material is inside it rattling about.

    No idea what it is, but I get it occasionally when I run a lot.
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