Brain Infested with a Baby Crab
I believe that I am one of the few individuals who have survived a baby crab in the brain. I was a promising officer of the USCG station in Norfolk, Virginia (USA) where I frequently body surfed the beaches of Virginia Beach. Sand would get into my ears and sinuses every time the waves washed over me. One time I looked at the sand and noticed the sand had baby crabs the size of a grain of sand on that beach. Later on, I was affected with schizophrenic symptoms and hospitalized for five months. I was very normal and my job was not too stressful. In the hospital, I felt a pain in the forward upper right side of my brain. This pain felt like a sharp pain occurring periodically in my head. It felt like and ice pick stabbing my brain. I endured this pain for several weeks and must have felt the pain hundreds of times. I thought at the time that I was being zapped by a satellite technology since it was accompanied with voices in my mind. I did not know what it was at the time but I said nothing to the doctor because I did not want my brain cut open or be permanently institutionalized. I advanced to level three patients and could sign out for an hour at a time. I went to a liquor store and bought whiskey to drink in the parking lot in my car while listening to music. This stopped the severity of the pains in my head or lessened the sharp pain. I now believe what I suffered was a baby crab that somehow got into my brain from my sinuses or ear. I sort of felt like something clawing my skull to get out and I strongly feel that it was a baby crab. It eventually died and the pain stopped but my brain was forever damaged by this intrusion. Maybe the small holes in the sinuses drain of brain chemicals and create chemical imbalances as a side effect. Years later, I felt other things in my mind that felt like worms crawling in it and I once again drank whiskey to kill the intrusion and found relief. Maybe the damage by the crab left a hole in my sinuses or ear whereby I get other intrusions when I swim in the ocean or lakes.
I wonder how much the medical doctors have studied this problem. Often the doctors treat chemistry imbalances without examining for parasites in the brain. With tropical waters and land within America, I wonder whether or not our doctors are warning the public and treating properly the possible kinds of brain intrusions that can cause mental problems or mimic schizophrenia or chemical imbalances. I wonder if the Surgeon General is doing enough or anything to warn and protect the public from this problem. I suggest that you readers learn from my misfortune and avoid swimming or playing on the beaches to prevent terrible brain intrusions from sea creatures because many of the sea crabs, mollusks, and worms are the size of a grain of sand and can cause serious brain infections and possibly mental retardation and death.