Originally Posted by Saitosen
Sounds terrifying. But so interesting... The eyesight loss isn't permanent, right? If it isn't, then it'd be something to experience. Not that I'd willingly give myself up to chinook syndrome.
If it were permanent then I wouldn't be here. It's an interesting experience but you don't enjoy it.
Your eyes always remain straight and you rely heavily on either touch, or in my case sounds to determine where you are. Apparently my sister did stuff in front of me and would try to get me to flinch, but it was like I was asleep with my eyes open.
But not all of this was the chinook either, it lasted longer than it should have. That's because it turns out I had the little brother of meningitis, called sinusitis, which I likely got because I had the former.