I have these episodes that my brain feels like it is shaking in my head. It usually only lasts a few seconds but I'm unsure why I started having these. I know my eyes are open however I can’t move my body or speak. I have to say the episodes have been coming and going for the last year or so. I’m getting migraines now always on the left side of my head. When I talked to my doctor they gave me an EEG which showed no signs of anything. I’m wondering if I should insist on seeing a specialist or an MRI, I’m nervous because I don’t know when I’m going to have this again and what if I was driving…I’m not even sure what would happen. I’m also wondering if I do get another test will it show something if I’m not having an episode at the time. I would hate to keep having tests and no answers. The only medication I’m on is Loestrin 24, a birth control pill, I'm 31 years old and overweight. Please help…any kind of advice would be appreciated.
i have al the same thing and i am only 15 it only happens when im relaxed i dnt no if i should tell my parents.it feels like my brain is hitting the side of my head when i get up from relaxing i dnt no wut to do
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