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Spaced out feeling, dopey feeling, confusion PLEASE HELP

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  • Posted By: HashimKhan
  • February 10, 2013
  • 00:07 AM

So I feel as though Ive been to **** and back with my symptoms. I have a consistant spaced out feeling that does not go away no matter what I do. It all started when I came back from black friday with my friends. I went to a hookah bar, and when I came back I started to through up and every since then I have had a constant spaced out feeling. I have been to hookah bar before and no such thing has happened before. I am a freshmen in college and by no mean am I a chronic smoker, its just something I do once in a while with my friends. After a week or so I started having headaches and I went to my pcp and he said I had a sinus infection, He only gave me enough for three days, once I took the meds, my spaced out feeling still remained. this remained for about a month in a half, I went back to the my pcp and he said I had anxiety, dont know why? I was very happy with my life, and was not stresses at all. The main thing is that I have this constant spaced out feeling, and when it gets really bad, I have anxiety, because I freak out about what is going on. I have thrown up a couple times because of this. After I throw up I usually feel better. I also when I wake up, and get into the shower, blow my nose and in my right ear some air is realsed and I hear a high pitched sound. I have had a ct scan, and doc said its clear, no real head pressure anymore. I also for a period of a week and some vertigo, not serve, like the room was spinning whenever I got up, I got dizzy and started seeing floaters and such. The main symptom like I said is the spaced out, surreal, dopey feeling that is constant but spikes at times. I need our help. I have never been like this. I am a 18 year old college kid, that is extremely fit and Have had no medical history. This feeling has almost been going on for 3 months. PLEASE HELP

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