Post-concussion syndrome is mainly diagnosed by:
A neurological exam is used to test your memory and your ability to recognize familiar things. It will also show healthcare providers your eye, verbal, and muscle responses.
Blood and urine tests will be done to make sure there is no other cause for your symptoms. Infections and chemicals, such as alcohol, can affect your memory and behavior.
CT scan pictures of your head may show an injury. You may be given contrast liquid to help healthcare providers see the pictures better. Tell the healthcare provider if you have ever had an allergic reaction to contrast liquid.
Your symptom is very consistent with post-concussion syndrome. There are no specific treatments for this condition. The treatments are mainly targeting the symptoms.