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ladyblue77 11-22-2007 03:55 PM

whats wrong with me?
 
hi everyone, somthing wierd happens to me sometimes,and i dont know what it is, i was crossing the road, then my brain went blank, next thing i heard two boys shouting at me, they said that car nerly hit you, watch what your doing, but i never saw it, its geting scary now, does enyone know,whats wrong with me?
ladyblue77

Travis from MN 11-22-2007 08:48 PM

Re: whats wrong with me?
 
Did you "zone out" and have a lapse of time for a brief moment?

It could have been a very mild seizure, aura or similar. If you have had similar episodes where you zone out, or lost track or time when listening to the radio or TV that could be a good indication.

Before you ask, YES people can still be walking and upright when these occur and unaware of the seizures.

Thats why I ask if you noted it when listening to music,radio,news,video, etc... Something where a lapse would be noticed due to missing content.

--Travis

ladyblue77 11-23-2007 01:09 AM

Re: whats wrong with me?
 
yes exzactly like u said lose time, when i watch tv it happens a lot then, ive been called a drunk in the street, and a zombie by people, and i dont drink and i dont take drugs. thanks 4 your replie, do you know enymore about it?,
what test do docs do?
ladyblue77

ads71 11-23-2007 02:04 AM

Re: whats wrong with me?
 
Lady Blue i think you may have something wrong with your pancreas.The pancreas controlls the levels of insulin within your blood and it sounds as though you are experienceing the opposite symptoms to to a diabetic. You zone out, can be perceived as being drunk etc. Go to a Doc and ask for a check up on your blood sugars, i believe your pancreas is producing too much insulin.
I hope this helps. Be carefull not to drive..
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life_is_good 11-23-2007 02:52 AM

Re: whats wrong with me?
 
I'd speak to your regular doctor first and describe your symptoms. He or she will probably want to run some bloodwork. If that comes back good, you'll likely be sent to a neurologist for an EEG and scans. It's important that you get to the bottom of this. Please keep us posted.


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