Just wondering what this might be, and if it's anything to be concerned about.
I recently had quite a large volume of liquid or fluid seemingly leaking out my skull. Or that's what it felt like anyway - a cold, wet sensation starting at the top of my head, then the feeling of liquid/water flowing down from that point down my face and the side of my head. It felt like my face was being drenched by rain, but it was dry (on the outside anyway).
If I tipped my head back every few seconds, a load of it would go down my throat (tasted creamy!) and more would start seeping out at the top of my head. My head was leaking like a faucet at one point.
While this was going on, my eyelids would start fluttering rapidly, and my breathing would become deep and forced - from the diaphragm.
This happened a while ago, and I seem completely fine, though there's still the occasional small amount leaking out.
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Without the ability to examine and obtain a history, I can not tell you what the exact cause of the symptoms is. However I will try to provide you with some useful information.
This is quite a strange symptom you are describing. Metabolic abnormalities like electrolyte derangements can cause changes in skin sensation. Stress or other conditions leading to hyperventilation can also cause transient changes in electrolytes and cause these changes in skin sensation.
You are saying this happened just once? If you experience this kind of event repeatedly in a stereotyoed manner, one differential to consider is seizures. Parietal lobe seizures may cause changes in sensory perception like what you are describing.
Thank you for this opportunity to answer your questions, I hope you find the information I have provided useful, good luck
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