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  • Posted By: misterspock
  • April 9, 2013
  • 08:48 PM

Don't know if it is serious/brain related, but I'd like some answers? -- I've had lots of backpain since I started riding horses a few years ago and it isn't age related, I don't believe, because I'm only 16! My older sister helped me by massaging my upper and lower back and sometimes popping it and that made it feel a lot better. She did it once a week or so. However, the last time she did it, I completely lost control of my body and my legs just gave out while she was still holding me. I couldn't see anything but black/fuzziness and it was like as if I was looking at myself from the outside in, like I wasn't even actually there. I thought it was funny at first because I didn't really know what was going on but after a few seconds I really couldn't move! lol! I eventually got up about 30-45 seconds later but looking back, like, that could have been seriously scary, you know? I've also been dropping things for no reason, lost control of my hands, they are shaky and my balance is completely off. I have slurred speech at times.

MAYBE I'M JUST PARANOID! lol, but I just want to make sure no one thinks it is something serious before I go to the doctor and complain. Do you guys think it is something serious or I'm just being a hypochondriac?

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