Im glad that you are seeing a doctor. It is important since sleep deprivation can cause serious problems including the hallucinations that you mentioned a couple of posts ago. I believe the world record for sleep deprivation is around 19 days solid. Some of the effects of sleep deprivation are questioned... some people claim it makes little difference other than altering frontal lobe function (Such as mood, concentration, memory etc...) and other claim it has permenant effects. Please let us know how you got on at the doctor today. If you have not been already, you need to go tomorrow. This is a serious problem.
If you cant get a doctors appointment before next thursday I would present at your local ER dept (Thats what you call it in the US right?) Not sleeping for 12 days is not a good thing and can potentially be very dangerous. I really dont recommend you going for a world record since it wont count as there is no official there to monitor you, so please dont try and break it unofficially. Like Karen, I am very worried about you. Please seek medical help today if you can.
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Thanks for letting us know. One night wont make up for the 11 or 12 that you missed but its a good start. I think you ought to see the doctor anyway and explain what happened so that it can be prevented from happening again.
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