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Foggy head
BrandiJeane posted:
I have been dealing with these symptoms since i was about 16 or so and im 25 now.. I constantly feel like im in a fog, like im high or something almost and I dont do drugs.. My vision is weird although upon exam my vision is perfect, Im emotionless, I dont feel emotions anymore. Im just blank.. Im always exhausted and could sleep all day if it wasnt for work.. Part of that just being able to escape feeling the way i do. My relationships are being effected and I just cant live like this anymore. The last couple weeks it has intensied and I just cant handle it anymore. I need answers. I dont have insurance and NEED to get this figured out.. Its time that something is done I CANT live my life like this but i just cant afford it. I have this constant pressure in my ears and the top of my head and the back of my neck towards my skull.. Ive been to the doctor in the past and its been chalked up to allergies.. its not allergies.. I dont have good days anymore.. Ive had a spinal tap and mris and they are all clear. Ive tried anti deppressants.. Im not depressed... they dont work.. i have anxiety over THIS! but thats about it! Ive tried diet, supplements... i have degenerative disk disease in my neck and have had alot of neck pain and pressure the last couple weeks and missed my period this month.. (Not pregnant) so maybe the horomonal imbalance from that has intensifed it the last couple weeks.. I dont know... I dont know what to do .. I just know I need this to go away and be a normal person again.. I cant function...I just need to figure out a way to fix this!!

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