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Re: Stomach Flips following episodes of Deja Vu

From: John Bumble


Thanks for your experiences with Deja Vu... Although mine seem to be pretty unique, it is nice to hear from someone who has also had them, thanks. I have had them for probably 15 years, very infrequent, 2 or 3 a year with a total of 4 blackouts...maybe more if I have had some sleeping. Mine is preceded more by sound and a extreme sense of Deja Vu or extreme feeling of "here comes the bad nightmare again" literary, that is how it feels, just like when the boogeyman was coming as a kid it's a nightmare thats comin' and you can't stop it. It's wierd and it's not fun. Unfortunately with the infrequency it is very tough to have diagnosed...could be temporal lobe disorder, sleep apnia, a unique VV....etc. The typical has been ruled out for now, tumor, leisions, siezures. The only common denominator has been beer, I rarely drink and maybe lack of sleep. Thanks again for your thoughts......

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