I need to find a doctor with a sincere laboratory interest in finding fatal insomnia in a patient. I want to find / rule out the worst case scenario. I have a history of hypersomnia and chronic fatigue, digestive, and motion disorders. I experience muscle spasms and so does my mother. She has petite mal epilepsy attributed to a volleyball head injury.
I am not on par with the social skills of intelligent women, but I can systemize group dynamics and decisions. My art is talented and magical. My danger to myself is idiosyncrasy. I have been pigeon holed into a bipolar disorder and ignored by Nassau Co. doctors who failed to treat my sleep disorder. I have had zero natural sleep in 12 days. I was I.v.'d with Atavan and I slept lightly, when I woke I was replenished. All my anxiety and depression feels uplifted and gone.
It's a shame is what was always said around me.View Thread
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