Extreme memory loss, brain fog, headache, eye pain...

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Hi. In the year of 2019 I was having the best time of my life, I had just left a toxic relationship and I was really enjoying the life as I have never enjoyed before. I tried cigarettes and weed for the first time. Things began to feel weird from there, first I had a terrible time with cigarettes, it seemed my pressure was going too down one time I almost fainted onto the ground. When I tried weed I began to laugh so much and it was hurting me, I was thinking why am I laughing? As if I was just laughing with the mouth I was no happy at all, suddenly my vision got blurred as ** I began to feel everything inside of me (I know this is normal but in my case it was VERY EXTREME) even my saliva and it was like, hurting me a lot? Like, effervescent as **. I fainted for very short time and had a nightmare during the effect. After the third time I tasted weed and my heart began to shoot I stopped. Even stopping, I was having this weird sensation in my heart for weeks, like palpitations and really racing heart. I remember once, one of the last time I entered into this hell I encounter myself in, I was pulling an all-nighter a lot and there was this day it was already 7 am I was smoking suddenly I began to feel really weird, talking no-sense and even talking to random people as if I was drunk, all of I sudden I began to faint again, so I ran to home and slept. A few days later I was in a pub playing pool and drinking beer, I had 3 small cups in the third, dude, I began to feel dizzy and dizzy, it didn't stop I ran to home and fainted 3 times, in the next days I began to feel this weird sensation I was about to faint randomly, I began to stay home since then. My head began to explode, I have chronic headache, mainly a pressure on the temples now it is a burning in the whole head, my memory started to get worse and worse, today I can't remember what I did, if I have eaten or not, nothing, nothing. I have a constant vertigo, sometimes 24 hours per day. Crackle in the back of the neck, extreme somnolence, sometimes I can't leave bed, this in particular is very weird is like if my brain did not recover during the night, I feel a will to sleep but I can't and when I try to I feel a pain very strong in the temples of my head. I have an extreme weakness that lead me sometimes to lose the ability and sensation to control and feel my legs. I sweat a lot, once I sweat so much that I felt I had a cold bath. My eyes hurts so much it feels they are inflamed but they're not. My consciousness is for sure changed, I cannot leave home anymore without help because everything seems unreal, but very extreme, I cannot talk to people sometimes because my brain won't work. I have a weird tingling, it happens more when I raise some limb, for example, it is very extreme as well, it happened once I lost the sensation of my arm. My vision is extremely changed, I have a tunnel vision very strong and I cannot see well. My head gets very hot when I do an effort. Well, there are a lot more of symptoms but it'd linger almost forever.

  • I had almost every possible blood exam and MRI's.
  • I did not do a sleep test, but I cannot find anything that can explain all those things.
  • The only thing that I found was a calcified granuloma at my left lung (I don't know if this is valuable)

If you guys can help me, please I'm begging for it. I cannot live anymore, I live in my bed and it seems like I'm really going to die, I can't stand anymore this pain and no pill works to relief my pain. Thank you very much!

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  • Posted

    Have you checked your eyes or neck muscles trying put a warm rag or pack on your neck/shoulders for a few mins and see if you feel slightly better

  • Posted

    It's been 7 months since you posted this, can you update us on your well-being?

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