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What is going on?... My body feels like its slowly getting worse!

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  • Posted By: sunshinepancake
  • May 5, 2011
  • 05:22 AM

Hi, Im 16 years old and I've been experiencing some really odd things for the past 6 months or so. I have had aching body pain all over, im very weak, irregular menstrual cycle (one time I had an extremely strong pain in my ovaries and inner/outter labia areas when i had a tampon in--- it was not my first time using a tampon), hair is thinning, brittle and falling out now, i get shakey, vision has gotten very bad (my left eye seems to have become lazier), nails and hands are dry and brittle, lost appetite/can't eat (decrease in weight-- 23 lbs in a month and a few weeks), irregular sleeping patterns (days without sleep, & days consisting of mostly just sleep), withdrawn from people socially, sadness/mood swings. And I blacked out twice after smoking marijuana (my friends saw both times). The first time my ears began ringing, my vision became really blurred, weakness & loss of balance (felt like I was being pushed over by the wind), i fell and then everything turned white and I experience a lot of pain and weakness afterward. The second time all those symptoms happened again but everything turned black and I could sort of hear everyones voices being muffled and I was (according to my friends) choking and not breathing regularly when i passed out.
Im so confused because I have all these symptoms, and then sometimes I can feel sort of normal.
should i go to the doctor? I've been pushing all these things aside because sometimes I feel like some of the symptoms (that only show up when im under the influence of marijuana) are just hellucinations or brought on because of pot smoking..
i feel like my body is slowly breaking down, HELP!

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