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Electric Sunday – yet again

Yesterday, April 8th. Electric shock sensation throughout the day, ranging from small shocks in my head and chest to full shocks from my head to the soles of my feet. It was horrific. In the afternoon, I had 3 (perhaps 4) seizures at about half an hour – an hour between them. Not really complex,… Continue reading Electric Sunday – yet again

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What little it takes to someone to be happy :)

In the life of a person with epilepsy, there are constant worries: when to take your pills, what to eat (avoiding stimulants and stuff), to try not to get angry etc. One constant concern is to give all and the correct information to your doctor(s) so that they can do something for you. I had… Continue reading What little it takes to someone to be happy 🙂

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Electric Saturday – the follow-up

Two persons (out of not so many readers) asked for a follow-up on yesterday’s post. Just one thing happened since yesterday: I forgot yet again to write to my neurologist. I’ll do it tomorrow. I promise you (and myself) and I will come with a real follow-up, where I would actually say something that happened.… Continue reading Electric Saturday – the follow-up

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Electric Saturday

Today is the 25th of March 2018, a Sunday. Things are their usually weird. But… Two weeks ago, a Saturday, the 10th of March 2018, things were really, extremely weird. I was out shopping together with my wife a little boy (2 years old and growing) in Zara. Looked at some clothes and shoes for… Continue reading Electric Saturday

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Death to epileptics

Suicidal thoughts are one of the side effects you can find for every type of AED. Criminal thoughts are less likely, but it appears on boxes from time to time (see Fycompa). Although I think about (not suicide, nor murder) death sometimes, I never had such thoughts. And I was wondering: what does death mean… Continue reading Death to epileptics