I'm asking on behalf of a friend who is a member, but is suddenly in a major crash. Her baseline is housebound, gets out once a week or two to doctor appointments, and very occasionally to small social events with close friends. She was hit in the head by a falling coffeepot, felt sort-of normal except for pressure in her head, and finally went to the ER (CAT scan and MRI) 2 days ago. They said it was a "mild concussion" - according to her husband because they didn't know what else to call it. She is now bedbound, hardly talking, more sound and light sensitive than usual, and still complaining of this feeling of pressure. She has an appointment with a neurologist on Tuesday. Her husband would like to know if anybody here has experience with a mild concussion causing a feeling of pressure, and what that might be about. Also, I'm sure the ER experience was grueling for her, but normally that wouldn't have sent her to bed like this. Thanks, Madie Edit: From her husband: One point of clarification is that she had a major relapse of the concussion symptoms after trying to start some activities. So the crash is not the normal CFS crash, but emergence of severe brain function difficulties – her brain is in total lock-down and is just not working. Thinking and talking are very difficult. So the question for the forum is, has anyone had experience with a relapse of concussion symptoms after they started to recover (from concussion), and what did they do or take to help them recover?