Ok, here goes, and hopefully you can help me out here.
So, most of the time, I am feeling just fine, the occassional sickness like normal. Then, suddenly, and for no reason that I can see, this weird feeling comes over me.
I will be either just sitting on the couch, or laying in bed, or anything really, where I'm relaxing (as far as I can remember). I will start to feel almost sick, but not really. Like my stomach is empty, and I start getting really weak. My breathing starts getting more pronounced, and I almost start feeling dizzy. If I get up, out of my relaxation spot, my hands and feet have a slight feeling of tingling, albeit not the sharp needles and pins, just a slight feeling, not enough to be noticed. I get cold sweats too.
What usually happens, is that I have this huge craving to eat something, or drink something when that happens, and I don't know why. So, I make my way to the kitchen, and usually walk away with something much larger than a normal snack, in my opinion. Last night, when this happened, I walked out with 3 bread with jam and peanut butter, and a chocolate milk. This was at 12:30 in the morning. I ate that all down, even though my stomach didn't really want the last of it, but my body wanted me to eat it. Then I sat there for a bit, turned on a show, and passed out (cause I was tired too, not sure if that was this weird thing, or if it was due to the 12:30 thing) before a 20 minute show was over (that includes eating time during the show too.
Now, I awake the next morning, with a general laziness, weakness, stomach weirdness, like it's bloated, but I'm hungry. This can't be due to lack of food, because yesterday, I had a flaked ham sandwich for lunch, with a drink, and then a full plate of tasty taters, and chicken nuggets for supper, and then had 2 oranges, and a drink for a snack at around 10:30.
I've gone in for tests before, but I'm usually feeling good by the time I go in for the tests, and of course, nothing is found. This has been plaguing me for at least 7 years that I can remember. This does pass, sometimes quicker than others, (a couple hours, to a day) but it takes me down big time when it does hit me. It worries my wife, and myself, and I've got a daughter, so I'd like to know if this is something that could have been passed on to her, that maybe if I could figure out what it is, I could help her out in the future. Can anyone help me out?
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