Back in 05 I went over to my friends house to drink. A friend came over and we went swimming in her pool most of the afternoon then when we got out we were goofing around and chasing each other in the backyard that was wet from the sprinkler. Well somehow I slipped nearly pulling our friends swim trunks down and I blacked out. I went to get up but I literally couldn't, I was really wasted so my friends mom and our other friend helped me up and carried me to my friends bed. Well our friend said it looked like I popped my knee out of places because it was all swollen but it hurt so bad that I didn't leave the bed for two days and by time I managed to get myself home my mom took me to the hospital and turns out I tore my ACL, LCL and stretched a nerve. The Dr. said he only sees injuries like this from athletes lol. My right leg still has areas that are numb because of the stretched nerve that may never heal. I can't wear heels or shoes with open back (other then flip flops) otherwise my foot will slip out when I walk.
after being out celebrating my 18th birthday my friend went to give me a piggy back an i ended up going straight over his shoulders. my nose got cut open quite badly so i had to have internal and external stitches. did have a pic but lost the phone it was on, but it was vile!
Quoting *B & D Mommy*:" Dang!! That is pretty crazy. Do you know why you blacked out?"
It was a weird day, lol.
It's happened a few times since. Recently (in December) I blacked out while walking into the bathroom. I woke up 40 minutes later on the floor... broke the electric heater and the little table we have that holds towels and whatnot. I was all sorts of injured. :lol:
I still don't know why it happens. My Doc couldn't figure it out.
Quoting The ℰffin' D!
Quoting The Blissful Six:" That's scary. Have you been to a neurologist?"
It is scary. I've been, but they gave me the whole "we see nothing wrong with you, so I don't understand how you could have these blackouts."
AKA we don't believe you.
I have severe migraines that show up once a week, to where I can't stand up without throwing up from the dizziness. But I didn't get any different result when I visited a different neurologist.
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