My Stalking Blog – Pain


The other day I blogged about an incident that happened in my apartment in Kenner, Louisiana and how it related to the ABC Special on Children with Schizophrenia. Check out Chapter 74 of Stalked! By Voices

This blog is for all those family members who are frustrated with a relative diagnosed with schizophrenia who can’t explain how he or she keeps getting injured.

Here’s my list of unexplained injuries.

Hicupps

Coughing spells  (its that tickle in your throat that won’t let you stop coughing — even when you use cough drops or gum — especially when you’re in public and there’s a need for quiet.

Severe leg cramps   (so severe it feels as though the muscle is being ripped away from the bone.)

 

Joint dislocations  In my case, left shoulder, left knee and right ankle.

Throwing up.   Especially after your favorite meal.

Stomach aches  (Always on Thanksgiving and Christmas Day)  No Holidays for stalkers.

Diaherra  (Going some place where you need to be on time)

Excessive peeing   (Same as for Diaherra)

Jabs.  Feels like you’re being stuck with a big needle.  (Can happen anywhere on the body. But because I’m sensitive about my eyes.  I get jabbed in my right eye a lot.)

Bone pain  (Feels like your bone is going to explode.)

 

Sudden muscle weakness.  (You’re walking along and one of your legs suddenly go out from under you.)

Then there are the actual physical attacks. Anytime I leave the house. I know I must stay on guard constantly.

Take for example, one morning on my way to a temp job for Ameritech. I was taking The Blue Line into Chicago very early in the morning to get to the North Side location. I made the mistake of falling asleep on the train. I was awaken by a sharp prick in my right arm. I woke to see one of the stalkers laughing at me. I grabbed my arm and then started to get up to catch her to find out what she’d stuck me with, but she pushed her way through the crowded morning commuter train and opened the door and went through to another car. A couple of weeks later I developed lock jaw. I was treated at the Alma Clinic in Maywood.

Another time, I was on a temp job with HSBC, I made the mistake of leaving my reading glasses on my desk while I went to the ladies room. When I came back, a few of the girls who were in the room sort of looked at me funny but said nothing. I put my glasses on and went back to work. A few days later I developed a sever eye infection that resulted in the development of cataracts. I was treated for the infection at Alma, Loyola Medical Center’s ER, and Stroger Hospital.

The Voices/stalkers know that I have cataracts so their thing now is to put on their car’s bright lights at night when I’m on my way home. If this had happened once in a while I might not think it was them but it happens every night on the way home at all the dangerous intersections I go through. So, it takes a little longer getting home because I have to constantly pull over to let their go by.

Right now, I’m currently trying to heal a dislocated left knee and right ankle. A few weeks ago, I was awaken during the night in severe pain. It felt as though someone had stomped on my knee, dislocating it.

If The Voices/Stalkers are in your head, they can cause you PAIN! Below is an excerpt on Pain from Wikipedia.

The somatosensory system is a diverse sensory system comprising the receptors and processing centers to produce the sensory modalities such as touch, temperature, body position, and pain.

The sensory receptors cover the skin and epithelia, skeletal muscles, bones and joints, internal organs, and the cardiovascular system.

(Remember in the opener for Stalked! By Voices, I wrote about how my father kept saying, “They killed her!, meaning The Stalkers killed my mother.  This is how I think it was done!

The primary somatosensory area in the human cortex is located in the postcentral gyrus of the parietal lobe.

Click on the link below to read more about pain.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Somatosensory_system

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