From around 2 months, I've been having moments in which I feel as if the whole world is shaking, my head is revolving, and that I'm being pushed into my chair because it is falling backwards. So far, it has occured only while I was sitting, and I never tried standing yet while this was happening. Then within the same time period, I've had another issue. For around 30-40 seconds, all of my bodies senses including my consciousness shuts down, I remain as I am, but I am unable to think, process information, I just can't do anything, its like my brain shut down.
Then, just yesterday, since the morning, I've been having hallucinations, like I took my dog for a walk, and he ran into a corner, and then when I went there, I saw two of them, but soon one disappeared into thin air. I also saw bright lights everywhere, then I saw people who weren't even there, etc.(Fyi, all of this haPpened at different times during the day). And now, for like around 3 hours, I've been having strong pain in the left side of my stomach, only the left.
And since around two months again, sometimes when I stand up, I feel like the worlds spinning and that I'm extremely weak for a few seconds(5-7 approx.)
What does this all mean? Is it all inter-related?
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replied July 5th, 2013
I am having a hard time interconnecting all the types of symptoms. Because I am a neurologist I I will skip the stomachache. Visual hallucinations are not usually a sign of psychiatric disease but rather some metabolic problems in the body. Vertigo may have so many different reasons that it is hard to guess without examination.
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