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Hello I am an 18 year old female and let me start off with I have anxiety. A couple or a few years ago my boyfriend and I were biking in town and I was daydreaming and I didn't know he stopped, but I rammed into his bike and flew backwards and hit my head.
Now, I thought I was paralyzed until everything went from black to normal and I was flailing my arms around frantic. I hit my head so hard that I had a wave of puns and needless (like the feeling when you foot falls asleep) go through my body, and also a crack in my neck that made me spit out a clot of blood after I was well enough to sit up. The blackness lasted for about... 15 seconds or so, like it faded away. And now... I don't know if it's my anxiety or not but I have really bad memory loss, I can't remember what I did 3 or 2 weeks ago. I also feel not alive, like... im floating around like a ghost, like nothing is real.
I don't know why this is just happening or I'd this is just my anxiety getting worse but I'm worried. And I don't want to go to a doctor and stuff and have scans done because I'm scared something will pop up.
I need help thank you!
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I ALSO FORGOT to add that I get sharp pains in my head, and I have tmj, which makes my head hurt from time to time. I'm not on any meds for my anxiety. But it really hurts a lot sometimes, to the point where I have to do deep breathing
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You need to be evaluated for this! Please go to a doctor, don't be afraid.
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