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Originally posted by Xen0m0rpH
Now before we get started, I'm probably the most down to Earth person you know. I'm not here to make a claim or draw attention to myself, I merely wish to make a statement and see the effect it has.
Now, about 2-3 weeks ago I had Bronchitis. Nothing odd about it, I normally get sick at least once a year and it's usually bronchitis or strep throat. Now, what was odd about it is I had some fluid build up behind my ears and was getting some odd head aches. Weirdest thing, they feel like when you stand up and get dizzy from lack of oxygen.
Well, that happens sometimes to me too, but this is unrelated because if feels more central in my head, behind and below the frontal lobe. If I had to say, it would be in the middle of where the Parietal, Temporal, and Frontal meet.
Now, this isn't the same area which I was attributing towards the feeling. I was thinking it was just an inner ear infection, but I hadn't lost my balance lately, nor was it all the time or after I laid down. It comes and goes.
Now I'm a technology person, so I'm surrounded by electronic devices all day and I know EMF can have an effect on you if exposed to it for long periods of time. But I've never felt like this before, and it even happens to me in my car.
I don't know if my body's just more in tune to something going on with the sun or atmosphere, but whatever it is makes me almost feel sick.
I've gotten over the bronchitis and I still get this feeling, even got prescribed some stuff for ear infection and still have this feeling.
My sister is working to become an RN and my mother works in the medical field as a claims worker and program analyst, but I haven't told them this has persisted past the ear infection medication.
Not really sure how to feel, and not trying to feel special, just wanted to get an outside view on what's going on.