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Unread 04-30-2012, 12:11 PM   #1
dolphins#1
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Default rsd and passing out

Rsd suffer' since 2004. I was wondering if there are others out there that pass out like I do. I pass out ALOT. Had one this morning.

Pain is soooooo bad, my body just shuts down, and out I go. I hate it. My head is not the same the rest of the day, when I have one of these episodes.

It's like I'm in a fog. I was wondering if this happen's to other rsd suffers'.
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