• The other day

    by  • May 17, 2018 • * Safe for Work *, Thoughts • 1 Comment

    I hear a loud thump coming from down the hall. When I try to open the door I see my husband blocking the door collapsed on the floor. When I get in and turn him over his eyes are wide open, his pupils are huge and contracting . He’s unresponsive and has white foam at the mouth as he snores very loudly. I’ve never been in a situation like this. I also him lightly, calling his name and trying not to panic. It’s about a minute before he responds with a jolt. It takes him a few minutes to collect himself and I help him to the couch as we try to figure out what happened. The last thing he recalled was a light headedness after seeing. His head was throbbing from hitting the wall forcefully. He mentions a history of seizures in his youth, the last being a few years ago during a college interview that caused stress. The night before he had two pot cookies, which I chastised him for because previous experience showed his tolerance level to be within a narrow margin. He says hes just going to stay away from the stuff for now, not that he was an avid consumer to begin with but I’m concerned that there’s an underlying issues exacerbated by this

    One Response to The other day

    1. Redstringoffate
      May 17, 2018 at 4:51 pm

      He had a seizure possibly. Also explains the want to self medicate with pot which tends to control those sometimes. He needs a doctor. Foaming at the mouth is a key sign. If left untreated, each seizure can damage his brain. Seek help.

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