So if you're not familiar with me on MAP I recently had a boxing match in which I was knocked out and they gave me 30 days to not spar or compete. Other than a minor, throbbing headache that would last a few moments I wasn't really feeling anything. I was even in the gym the next day, although I didn't do anything that involved any kind of impact that could jar my head at all. So all week I'm feeling fine and Thurs/Fri I decided to start hitting the heavy bag. I guess I did too much. Yesterday I was out with the wife and ended up having to call an ambulance for the ER because I was so confused, nauseous, and I pretty much felt like what an abstract painting looks like. I got checked out and my blood work was ok, they also didn't find anything on a brain scan that required immediate attention but recommended I see a neurologist which I will be doing soon. I also need to get cleared by a neurologist in order to start boxing again, will have to have a discussion on appropriate kinds of exercise as well. What I'm really wondering is if anyone has had a similar experience. Ever since the trip to the ER I've felt funny in my head which I didn't feel prior in the week. I can't really describe it how I've been feeling. My head feels foggy/stuffy and I feel like I'm constantly spinning in one direction (like you feel if you're really drunk) but without the visual/physical feeling of spinning, especially when I get up and walk around. It feels like I'm biased towards wanting to go right as a direction? That and one eye is dilated a bit more than the other. Has anyone else gotten this with a concussion? If so, how long did it take before things became bearable and you were able to start doing your normal daily routine? I'm taking tomorrow off from school most likely, but while I'll be cutting boxing out of my routine for a bit I can't cut school and other obligations. Just looking for other's experiences, not any real answers.