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Question: really freaked out

 borntarock143 - Sat Jan 21, 2006 10:08 am

hi. i am a 14 year old female. i don't know if i should be posting this here but, this morning i woke up and found my self paralyzed. i cannot move and my hands are tingly. However, i know i am away and after trying to move, Eventually i will be able to. when this happens, it usually happens about 2-3 times each espiode. i eat a fairly good diet and excerise. i am fairly healthy and do not have any diseases. this has been going on for a few months and i have been told i am normal and nothing is wrong but this doesnt seem right to me. if any one has any idea what is oging on please helpp me.
 lemonshimmers - Sun Jan 22, 2006 4:32 pm

I suggest you see your family doctor and tell your parents

don't keep this to yourself getting help is the best answer.

Best of Luck

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