We were in a very serious motor vehicle accident when a man ran a stop sign going 45mph and hit us. The initial impact caused both of us to lose consciousness for an extended time. We were told, our truck spun around and flew through the air 124 feet and then embedded itself in the ground, thus, essentially a second impact. That took place 6-14-09 and I continue to have a 24/7 headache at the forehead level and nasty earaches. Loud noise and bright lights are something I avoid. I also have nausea. I could not get the doctor to hear me until last week, I guess he was thinking it was going to clear up on its own, which would have been great. Then he insisted I had a sinus infection, so I finally agreed to a CAT, which ruled that out. He then ordered an MRI and I am waiting to hear the results. What if nothing shows up on the MRI to explain all my problems? I have probably had 5 headaches in all my 64 years and never had any earaches, even as a child, so I know this is all MVA related! I have not shared with the family doctor (or anyone else) that my memory extremely impacted and i am forgetting simple things, like the make of my car for goodness sake and many other examples. I am terrified psychologically and miserable physically. Does anyone know anything about this type of reaction to a concussion? Any suggestions for treatments? Is there a "cure" for any or all of these problems. I thank you for any insight you have.