Hi all. I'm a 34 year old male. I've been in good health all of my life. About two weeks ago as I was walking into work, I had the strangest thing happen to me. I felt what can only be described as a seizure in my head. It only lasted for three to four seconds but certainly concerned me. It was as if an artery or vein was suddenly being electrocuted. It was very intense. I brushed it off as a one-off event. My father has been complaining about seizure-like symptoms his whole life, and he's still here.
One week later, it happens again, this time at work, on the job, talking to a coworker. I call my doctor who tells me that if it happens again, go to the hospital.
Three nights ago I'm hanging out with a buddy, having my third beer, playing some playstation when it happens again. Very intense shaking, or spasm/electrocuted feeling straight down the middle of my head. This one troubled me. I immediately felt weak and out of breath. I felt extremely winded as I was talking to my friend and he wasted no time in taking me to the ER. Before I sign in, the winded part passes. They take blood pressure and so on. I get a cat scan. It guess it showed nothing unusual because the Doctor tells me he doesn't think I had a stroke, or anything like that. Tells me I had dizziness from drinking, then a panic attack, tho I've never had any of them before in my life.
I'm not sure what to do from here. It was NOT dizziness. Dizziness is not a very intense shaking, or seizure-like throttling blasting straight through the skull, is it?
Should I just let it go at the cat scan and deal with it if it happens again?
Anybody ever heard of anything like this?
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