Something happened to me last night. I don't know what, and the doctores int he imergenrcy room don't know either. I normally type at about 45 WPM and can spell with speed and gread accuracy. Not I can't only type at about 20 WPM, and with terrible accuracy. lasts night after dinner I felt a dstrange Fog in my head and I tried to type a moeesgae on here and I just coiuld ne get my brindger to type the words that my mind was thinkgin. I had lost all knowledged to fo the keypbarod. Asd you can see, I am still affected thims morning. Long words are a rial challenge to me, as well as workds withe 'ea' 'ie', etc. I just can't spell them. It took me three tried to spell nerological in the subject of me message. I mixing up all the letters that are phoneciallly similar like i-e-y, b-g-t-c, et. I am really bugged by this. Not necesssarily frigntened, because I seem to ge improving over last night. But I want to know what might have happened last night so as to prevent itf rom ahppening again.
Something seems to have appfected the non-verbal communication area of my brain or something. I can get still write OK, but I have to really think about it hard and carefully.
I have had some kind of viral or bactherial condition in myt intestinges this week, where anytime I eat I get really crampy, even to the point of chills and nausia. No bomityng, though. I have also been constipated. This week started out that I was dizy and short of breath as well. But other than that, I have velt bery fine.
Could it be a build up of toxins in my body? Could I have had a small stroke or seicer? Thed ioctores seemedto think it's all in my head, because their stests showed nothing wrong. Dugh, of course its in my head.
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