Every so often I experience a sudden and complete paralysis that renders me ineffective until the weakness spell has left. The time frame can last from anywhere between 2 minutes to 45 minutes. I know when this is going to happen because I get a chlorine smell that makes me feel like I've been in a swimming pool, once I smell that chlorine it's strenuous to talk, slurred speech, and sudden limb failure. In my mind I can move but once I try to actually move I can't. I've told doctors about this and they always tell me to come to the emergency room when it's happening, but that's nearly impossible beacuse by the time I get there the symptoms would be over with. It's been happening since I was eleven years old, and I'm 28 years old now. And as far as I recall no one knows what causes this, and I'm desperate for some answers to this mystery. If there is anyone who may know what this is please contact me A.S.A.P. thanks.Reply Follow This Thread Stop Following This Thread Flag this Discussion
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