I hope I'm posting this in the right spot, I couldn't find any other threads that seemed appropriate.
Last night, just before going to bed, I suddenly got extremely nauseous for no apparent reason, and ended up throwing up in the trash can because I didn't have time to make it to the bathroom. I do take Ambien and Seroquel before bed, but I don't think any of my meds are the cause of this, I've been on them all for awhile. So after I threw up I went to bed, but a few hours later I woke up feeling really really drunk, very dizzy, weak, hard time walking, pounding heart, just feeling really really bad. Then I noticed something was wrong with my hearing, it sounded like it was raining outside, but it wasn't. I do remember having some problems with my vision, but I don't know if it was related to this, or just being half asleep. So I stumbled back to bed, but fell down backwards on the way there, could barley get back up to make it to the bed. Finally laid back down and fell asleep. Then when I woke up again a few hours later, I had a really bad migraine, the worst of it seemed to be coming from the back of my head, but after an hour or so it went away, and I felt fine the rest of the day. I do remember having that "drunk" feeling in the middle of the night once or twice in the past, but I don't remember if I awoke later on with a headache or not. I'm not sure what this all means or what could be the cause of it, but I'm a little scared that it could be something serious, like a mini stroke...(I'm a 28 year old female, but I smoke and take birth control) If anyone has any thoughts on this I would really appreciate hearing them, I'm kinda at a loss right now...
Thanks so much:)
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