Btw, what are hallucinations like?
I havent done much research on the subject, so i currently believe that it is near-impossible for your mind to percieve objects in the real world.
It's usually not severe. It's not like you'll be able to travel to Narnia and back when you have a fever. If you have a high enough temperature, you'll start to hear things that aren't there, like high pitched dings or songs you haven't listened to in a while. If it gets really severe the same kind of stuff will start happening with your eyes, like you'll see a figure standing far away, or you'll have a memory of something that didn't happen.
Reminds me of a disorder that causes people to have to listen to the same song. over and over for eternity. I pity those people. now if it was something like the chorus of baby or friday i'd commit suicide but if it were something like travels to the north (instrumental) then i would be in heaven for a few days. then i would get annoyed and find a way to drown it out.
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I dunno if I got Mono and the Flu all at once, but at some point I spent a week drifting in and out of consciousness. I was alot younger, with my dad at the time, so nobody had the common sense to bring me to a hospital. I was utterly useless for weeks after I was able to move and stay awake again. I remember one day, they were watching a Nascar race (rednecks, what can ya do). Those races go on for hours and hours. It passed in a few minutes for me, being out for hours and waking up for 2 or 3 minutes.
There was a few days, many many years ago, I had something similar. Same symptoms, but not nearly as severe. It struck just a quickly as the last time. As in, fine one minute, worst I could be the next. My grandparents had taken me to the mall as I needed a new pair of shoes. Walking into the mall, fine. Maybe a little tired. Halfway to the shoe store, amazingly tired. At the shoe store, about to pass out. Leaving it, I was basically being dragged. I had to have my grandmother help me out, it was so bad. I remember my temperature didn't even rise, it dropped a degree. I slept for about 30 minutes, which felt like a whole day to me. Felt pretty good for a while. Slept nearly all of the next day, and was fine afterwards.
As far as temporary illnesses go, Mono sucks. Dunno if it was Mono the second time though, since I'm pretty sure you get it only once, and I have a pretty decent immune system.
I'm thirteen, and at 7 I had the early mutations of Swine Flu. I'm immune, so I don't need some random person sticking a needle into my nose. Nearly killed me, spreaded to my mom, almost killed us both. Full recovery though.
You either get the shot for H1N1, or you get the nasal spray. You don't get a needle in the nose, nor can you get a spray on the arm to immunize yourself.
Taking a shot or a spray up the nose DOESN'T make you immune to a sickness. Actually, it's been known that taking a shot for it gives you a higher risk of getting that specific disease, but you're a little bit more immune to it. You're never immune from a sickness, unless it's a one time only thing like chicken pox, which I've never had. I heard it can get really bad when you're older, so I'm hoping I either never get it, or get it sooner and have it pass when I'm young. I'm positive you don't HAVE to get chicken pox in your entire life. It's just you CAN.
Anyways, I'm blabbering.
@Above poster Is food poisoning really a disease? I'm not so sure.
I don't really need to care because anyway, I've had it already, my body knows the general antibodies.
You can't eat anything or you'll **** your own brain, you must keep hungry, intestinal colic, headcache.... a living hell. 1 week and 2 days with it, do you know what is going on supermarket hungry and can't eat absolutely nothing but chicken? A damn.
Did you guys heard about "The Dark Pest"? Imma edit this post with it's info (the only way to lost the dark pest was dying).
I caught Dengue, the damn bloody flipping Dengue, evil on me. Although, I didn't get the worst form of it. The itches where terrible, and was spotted red all over. Plus, I overreact to the medecine that stops the itching, so I could not take it...
Worst I have ever had was when I was inhaling too much of an air horn and I almost had a heart attack. All of the heart attack symptoms and a dizzy head. The next two days my lungs felt like they were bleeding I coughed so much, and they felt as if they might explode.