Our expert says:
The symptoms you have could be due to nerve injury when the electrical current went through your body. Some patients can develop leaking of air into the chest cavity after a lightening strike, so if you feel short of breath, maybe ask your GP to just take a chest xray too. The memory loss and headache symptoms are known side effects of a lightening strike but you should see a neurologist if it does not gradually improve. You may find this website interesting: http://www.lightning-strike.org/DesktopDefault.aspx?tabid=49
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