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Weird experience by Cedric Benninghall - Sun, 08 Jul 2018 06:30:01 EST ID:JfCOGqGz No.279014 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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Anybody here ever had something similar to "locked in syndrome" from their alcohol usage?

I was at my computer early in the morning. It was about 8 hours since my last drink. Out of nowhere, with no withdrawal symptoms, I couldn't move a muscle. I couldn't yell for help. My entire body was paralyzed. I don't think I could even move my eyes. I was frozen in this terrifying state for about ten seconds. After the ten seconds, I either blacked out or fainted. I don't know what happened after those ten seconds, but when I came to, I had a sore head and an upper arm that progressively became very bruised and difficult to move.

Was this just an alcohol related seizure? I did have an earlier alcohol related seizure, but the first was much different to this one.
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James Hacklestick - Sun, 08 Jul 2018 12:48:16 EST ID:DhpkwGF1 No.279016 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>279014
Sounds like sleep paralysis, only you weren't sleeping?
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Cedric Benninghall - Sun, 08 Jul 2018 16:55:14 EST ID:JfCOGqGz No.279020 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>279016
Yes, it felt like sleep paralysis minus the hallucinations. It was 100% not sleep paralysis or a dream though.
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Ian Honeyshit - Sun, 08 Jul 2018 19:39:27 EST ID:L9YZrLpP No.279021 Ignore Report Quick Reply
absence seizure?
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Isabella Huzzlepack - Sun, 08 Jul 2018 20:17:56 EST ID:GZKVYpxN No.279022 Ignore Report Quick Reply
sounds like a seizure dude. you prob fell and hit your head. describe the frequency and quantities in which you drink and for how long
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Eugene Fuvingville - Sun, 08 Jul 2018 20:51:04 EST ID:GHFLwdVq No.279024 Ignore Report Quick Reply
You should maybe consider thinking about detoxing.
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Jenny Benningridge - Sun, 08 Jul 2018 21:28:52 EST ID:/fDNYHs1 No.279025 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>279022
This right here. I had a seizure not too long ago and the whole 10 minutes lights out and then all of a sudden you're back online but your body feels like it got hit by a truck? That's a classic grand mal buddy. I wouldn't go to the ER if you're in the states, because with all the scans they did on me (to find nothing I might add) is costing me close to $10,000. The doctor even came in and said, "Everybody gets one".

If you aren't in the states though, enjoy that free healthcare and go the fuck to see a doctor!
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Sophie Blonkinsodge - Mon, 09 Jul 2018 02:24:31 EST ID:rPAySq3F No.279026 Ignore Report Quick Reply
sounds like aids
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OP - Tue, 10 Jul 2018 06:36:41 EST ID:UNruxArY No.279037 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>279022
At the time, about 400mls of 95% every day
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Sophie Bricklechore - Tue, 10 Jul 2018 10:19:28 EST ID:GZKVYpxN No.279039 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>279037

just over 21 standard drinks, lmao


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