Oct. 27th, 2012 12:17 pm
theobservitiveautistic: (Default)
I will just start out by saying that it has been an extremely long week for me at work, and I am so thankful that this blessed relief of a weekend is here.

I haven't been feeling okay for a few months now. When I use the term "ok" I mean, I just haven't felt much like myself at all. I have been having these splitting morning headaches that have been driving me crazy for two months now. I haven't had any tests run, but they are causing me great concern, not to mention great pain. The pain? I can handle. I'm a warrior when it comes to dealing with physical pain. The pain isn't what gives me concern, it's the fact that I do have the pain, which I never have had headaches in my life. No history of headaches. With these headaches I am not sensitive to light. I can function, it's just with these head splitters I get dizzy, I forget what I am doing, where I am going, and I have fallen several times.

Not to mention, I'm back to my epileptic stage. I used to have epileptic seizures when I was younger, but they stopped by about the time I was seven years of age. My seizures have been coming back, and although they are not as bad as they used to be, they are scaring me. It's not the seizure itself that scares me. It's the fact that while having the seizure, I lose control over my legs and arms, and I usually end up falling, and when I fall, I can end up anywhere. I got up out of bed just this morning, and fell. Scared the heck out of me. I don't want these seizures, I don't want this head pain, I just want to be healthy, and I want to know that I am going to be healthy and nothing is wrong with me. It just worries me. On top of that I have these shooting pains that rip up my legs like electric fire. It's more annoying than it is painful, as I have already stated, I can handle pain. I have experienced an actual electrical shock back in August of 2011, while unplugging my microwave. It didn't hurt me or anything, but my thumb felt like it was on fire, and just buzzing. It creeped me out more than it hurt. But my legs feel like they are being ripped through with an electric current. It most often occurs while I am trying to sleep at night. After the currents rip through my legs, my legs will buzz, and then they will feel cold to the touch. They grow numb.

I am ninety nine percent sure these feelings that I am experiencing with my body are nothing serious. But, I would like to get them evaluated even though they may not be threatening to my health. Only a doctor can diagnose and examine. I am not even going to concern myself with typing in my multitude of symptoms and getting an auto generated list with all of what COULD be wrong with me. Most of the results usually include cancer, nerve, and spine damage, and it's not something to worry about for me anyways. If this persists, I am going to make an appointment with my doctor so we can find out what exactly is the cause of these symptoms and what we both can do as a team to help me get back on the right track.
theobservitiveautistic: (Default)
Just sitting here, listening to music on youtube. I love music. It's got to be a part of my life. I have moderate autism, and I need to listen to music to keep myself at an even pace. Besides, everyone loves music, right? I love all kinds of music. Anyways, here are some of my tracks for this weekend:

Get Cool, Step Up 3D

The O'Jays Back Stabbers

They Don't Care About Us MICHAEL JACKSON!!


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