Sorry if this is the wrong sub forum for this but I just wanted to post some experiences I've been having and see if anyone has felt anything or been through anything similar.
I am a 23 year old female who has had severe pain since I was 17 as well as one surgery and countless other treatments. For the past almost two years now I have had my regular severe constant pain but I will have what I have come to call "pain attacks" where my pain level gets so high I just can't take it anymore, from what I hear a lot of people tend to just pass out when they get that much pain.
The reason for my post is my response, during my pain attacks I will have periods of time, sometimes mins sometimes hours, where I am not responsive to those around me. I can't remember what happen during these episodes either. I have spasms all over my body, my eyes twitch and go side to side as well as roll back, I will sometimes grab areas where I am in pain and will unknowingly hurt myself- such as clenching my fists hard enough that my fingernails cut skin. When I do talk it is usually incoherent, or I will say one thing and repeat it over and over. I have on two occasions hallucinated and been very paranoid, including unusual suicidal thoughts. Sometimes I will also just stare into space. These don't all come at once, but when they do they are typically unpredictable, my symptoms have been observed by multiple family and friends as well as neurologists and psychologist.
I have had seizures in the past from medication, but I had an eeg to make sure these were not also seizures and as far as the docs can tell they are not. I also had a brain MRI that was clean. They are also not related to any particular meds I am taking as we have already tried cutting them out one by one. My current course of treatment is prozac and lorazepam to rule out stress. My doctor belives I have an inability to pass out so my brain goes into a "disassociation spell".
Sorry for the wall of text and thank you for anyone who reads, I just wanted to see if anyone had experienced similar scary issues due to their pain, and if so what did you do to help?