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why do I feel alert one day, then have to sleep all day? then the next day I can't talk properly? in the same day, I get the severe shakes? then the confusion sets in for days and I still have the same other symptoms? I think I should feel back to normal after 2 weeks, but I don't. I feel like I'm damaged and there isn't any way to fix it. I also have gold lights in front of my eyes, and streaks of lights that look like comets and I see auras that I can't explain. I've had migraines for years but, now I feel like I may be having another stroke. WHAT is the matter with me???
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