hi. i am looking for some insight or answers
i am a 27 year old male, and in july of 2000 i got into a car crash. i went off a road and landed in a ditch. i was tested for drugs ect. all negative.
but i never told anybody what had caused the crash. until it happened again 3 - 4 days ago.
i was in the supermarket, and everybody was loud and talking ect and then i lost my hearing! but then i started hearing the people talking that were right infront of me.
then i satrted getting these different colors projecting from objects mainly red and blue, but i also saw yellow green and purple, and they sorta mixed, like people would be infront of me talking and their face would look yellow then it would flicker purple. i had vision black outs, but could still hear.
i remember standing there, i was trying to move but couldnt? and i also remember people shouting into my ears (i drew on a crowd....). but i couldnt hear them. i was hearing with my eyes. but then after the attack i could not see or hear anything for about 50 seconds and then vision and hearing (in the ears) came back to normal.
this is what caused my accident in 2000.
i have other symptoms:
frequent nose bleeds
bad head aches/migraines (i had the worst one of my life during that "attack")
bleeding tongue (the front has... blisters? or blood blisters)
a coating of white film (on my tongue)
massive leg pains (both legs)
i have had all these symptoms all these years, they are getting worse but i have only had one of those "attacks" twice. i fear that they may happen more and more and i will not be able to function properly anymore.
i am having a hard time going to the doctors. i know they will call me crazy.... i dont know what to do.
i told one person, my girl friend. she kinda laughed it off. i guess she tought i was joking or something.
anybody know what the heck is going on?!?!?!
thanks in advance,
EDIT: i didnt do a good job of explaining what the "attack" was like... so if anybody needs me to explain it further please tell me and i will
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