I'm not personally going through this but I have a friend and she recently has been what seems like zoning out. She's done it once in front of me where she'll just go blank and she started jerking, like larger versions of a twitch. She stayed like that a good 5 minutes or so and I kept trying to talk to her and she would look at me briefly and look away but it was more like she would look in my direction not actually focus on me. She'd also have erratic breathing and her pupils became huge while we were in a well lighted room. After she finally snapped out of it she said she couldn't see anything while she had been out and she felt pain like something was attacking her during that period as well. It's happened a few times again and she has no clue what it is and I've looked it up and can't find anything. I'm seriously concerned and was hoping someone might have an idea what's going on.
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