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    seems like a coma
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    Archer2 posted:
    I too have a sleeping problem, it went on for weeks, I could not keep awake, would sleep all day in a chair, get up go to bed and continue sleeping. This went on for weeks. Finallly stopped and now only on ooccasion. BUT, my husband tries to wake me. He will start calling my name louder and louder and then ends up very close to me, yelling my name. Even that sometimes does not help. this is ridiculous and no one seems to know what it is. I have had the sleep study and it says no problem. any one else experienced this. It is if I am in a coma.
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