:) Hi can anyone help. I am age 38 and for the last 17 months I have been suffering with falling asleep. My GP thought I had Epilepsy and referred me to a nurologist. Who thought I had Nacarlepsy and sent me for tests which I was then told I have Primary Hypersomnia. I was already on Citralopram 20mg. This all started about 6 weeks after taking it but my GP says it cannot be the Citralopram! I momenteraly fell asleep whilst talking to someone and then again 5 months later whilst driving. So my licence has had to be sent back! I can feel this coming on I get a hot sensation rises up and my vision starts to narrow and I feel really sleepy and then I jump awake then I feel really hot and worn out and obviously have an adrenalin rush. I was put on Modafnil 100mg then went up to 200mg 3 months later they are not working again so I have gone up to 300mg which has not worked at all after taken them for 3 weeks twice a day. I want to go to sleep all the time. I never feel refreshed on waking. I sleep well. I forget what I am talking about half way through a conversation. When I am talking to someone I feel like the left side of my head wants to turn away. It is really hard to consentrate. The only way I can describe it is like being out of body or being the hard plastic shell in a Kinder egg. I visited my GP yesterday and he still thinks I might be epileptic. Any Ideas :DReply Follow This Thread Stop Following This Thread Flag this Discussion
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