I had my second seizure a few days ago...my own darn fault because I ran out of dilantin and my usual pharmacy told me they could no longer fill it and that I now had to either get it via some sort of mail plan or to go in person to the hospital to get it (hospital health insurance changed their rules).
The first seizure...over a year ago...I was totally distracted afterwards by the fractured shoulder that had I had incurred as a result of it. However this time, uninjured, I encountered some odd moods and feelings and I am interested to know if this is normal. The only way to describe it is...eerie, creepy. I feel like I'm walking around in an altered reality...if that makes any sense. My memory was also affected significantly....though this does seem to be improving with time. I am 58 so starting to get that normal forgetfulness of aging anyway....but this is/was much worse. It was scary, truly.
Since the second seizure (occurred about a week ago)...it's been extremely eerie and weird. I feel apprehensive....and almost scared. Of what, I have no idea. It's just this general feeling of trepidation, anxiousness, fear.
If anyone read Superman as a child, there was an alternate universe, Bizarro world...where everything was weird and backwards. And this is how I feel....like I'm in some alternate and backwards version of my usual reality. Is this normal? Will it continue to gradually get better with time? What in the heck causes this to happen after a seizure?
Thanks so much