I have episodes where I will be laying in bed, not sleeping, but watching TV or just getting ready for bed. To explain them is hard one was where I was completely alert, knew what was going on, but could not control my body movements or speak at all. Once it was my head that wouldn't stop basically convulsing, another was by whole body and it will last for up to an hour sometimes. It's scary nobody can figure it out and I have many health issues but this one goes unexplained. I have my husband next to me sleeping and I desperately try to say call 911 and I can't speak or control my body. I've gone to the hospital the next day and they say they can't do anything unless they see it happening, but how can that be possible if I can't speak? They did mentions myoclonus once and that was all I ever heard and never heard anything again.....
Has this happened to anyone? Does anyone have myoclonus? Thanks for any replies!!!
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