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Losing feeling in leg, wound healed in few seconds. How it is possible?

I am continuosly losing feeling in my leg, which leads to me not being able to walk at times. I was curious, so when I lost feeling a stabbed myself with a pin, but I felt nothing and it almost seemed like it instantly healed when I did so. Being even more confused and thinking that I had lost my mind, I got a steak knife ready for when I lost feeling again. I lost feeling about 20 minutes ago, so I sliced open my leg, feeling nothing, but blood came pouring out. But as soon as I opened up my leg, it healed back over in a time of about 10 seconds. I cleaned the blood off the bathroom tiles and my leg, and my leg looks like nothing had ever happened to it. How is this possible?
Asked On : Fri, 11 Jan 2013
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Psychologist 's  Response
Dec 2015
Welcome to HCM
We understand your concerns

Here we are discussing something which can be termed as super human happenings or you have some sort of divine bliss. For medical science it is very difficult to explain such happenings and may be spirituality can. But Medical science cannot.

But psychiatrists and psychologists can explain this as delusions or hallucinations if you like it, But sadly hallucinations do harm when you cut your leg or prick it using pin.

You should ask this question to the god himself, or believe there is nothing like that.
Get well soon.
Answered: Tue, 30 Jul 2013
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