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Can a concussion cause allergy-like symptoms?

It is unlikely that a concussion can cause allergy-like symptoms. Global headaches and vomiting can follow a concussion.

No, a concussion will not cause allergy-like symptoms. Allergies cause itchy eyes and nose, congestion, watering, and red eyes, cough, wheezing, trouble breathing, and sometimes rashes and hives. Concussions do not cause these symptoms.

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