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Re: Not disclosing halluzinations

Posted by bimini on February 5, 2005, at 23:37:33

In reply to Re: Not disclosing halluzinations, posted by skybdark on February 5, 2005, at 10:45:44

Yes, I did have a spine MRI and blood work. The lesion in the brain is atrophied tissue and open to the ventricle, which can also be called a porencephaly. The other foci came likely from TIAs caused by reaction to autonomic shock, my conjecture because my docs brushed it off and did not explain anything nor answered my many questions.
My problems started after I was hit by an 18 wheeler, I did not sink into a neat coma, I sank into the poppy fields of Oz instead. Moving, walking, seeing and understanding the world became a challenge suddenly.
It isn't that halluzinations I experience are only produced by vision dysfunction, all information gets a bit warped without discrimination. Hearing a number, retaining it for a second and writing it down or dialing the number morphs the symbol, the meaning and the concept. Dialing a complete set of numbers is all of a sudden a challenge. Same with language, I learned several languages, English is my third. I attach wrong structure to my first language and omit articles, prepostions and who knows what. I often speak only part of a sentence, like that is enough, lol. All data got confused, I don't see monsters and creepy things, I translate the image incorrect.




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