My 27 year old son woke in the middle of the night with an urgency to have a bowel movement. After having one he experienced about a minute of complete paralysis. He couldn't breathe. shout out, or move anything on his body. Gradually he started moving again and went to put some water on his face but couldn't cup his hand. After another minute or two he could move everything bu then experienced the most severe head pain that he has ever had. He said his head felt like it was on fire then the pain settled behind one eye. He went back to bed and experienced nausea the rest of the night but when vomiting just experienced dry heaves. He is in London and went to the hospital this morning and they checked his blood pressure and said it must have been a migrane. He rarely has a headache. I am worried sick. Please help. Thanks.Reply Follow This Thread Stop Following This Thread Flag this Discussion
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