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What seizure meds are also anti-anxiety?

I don't know if I can take the extra anxiety from the lamictal for too much longer. I have to do so much and go to therapy to contain it. Otherwise my sense of awareness is so strong that I get adrenaline rushes from loud sounds or get nervous in a car ride. I have this constant neck tightness also from being nervous. I will talk to my Dr. soon to see if it's worth taking anymore because I also can't sleep without trazodone. 

 So what are my options for ant-anxiety anti-convulsants? I have JME or generalized ep.

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What seizure meds are also anti-anxiety?

Revela...,

Several AED's are also anti-anxiety.   Lamotrigine (Lamictal) is known to cause: (Less common: anxiety, confusion, depression, irritability, and other mood/mental changes.) It can also cause: (Rare: Memory loss.)  Check w/ your doctor ASAP if you experience any of those symptoms.

I don't know much about these medications, but all anti seizure medications can cause thoughts of suicide.  It's obvious that these two disorders are overlapping in many ways.  One type of anti-anxiety drugs that are also antiseizure:  Benzodiazepines   Clonozapam (Klonopin, and Lorazepam (Ativan).  I take both Clonazepam (every day) and Lorazepam (after 1st seizure).   

Mood disorders often go hand in hand with epilepsy.  My sister-in-law has bipolar disorder and takes Lamictal for it.  She also takes other anti seizure medications.  It was  thought to be an emotional psycological disorder. It turns out to be a neurological disorder.  We're not sure how this happens, but apparently it affects the same part of the brain. 

I've been told (from several sources) that a lot more people who have epilepsy could also be bipoloar.  They haven't been diagnosed because they take the same medication, which controls it to a point where it isn't noticable.  A lot of anti seizure meds have anti-anxiety drugs mixed in.  Some can make the feelings better or worse.  Talk to your neurologist.  You might be able to be treated for both problems with the same pill.

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I do get irritable, anxiety and have memory issues. But my old med zonegran made me more irritable, I thought about hurting people and suicide. That is the worst drug on earth! What's wierd is short-term memory used to be a problem. My long-term was solid. My long-term is getting bad. This may just be related to the condition though and not the medicine. Epileptics generally do not have great memories. I don't think Benzodiazepines are the answer. They are WAY too dependent and the effects decrease over time. I have lorazepam 2mg with my doctor gave me when I feel a aura. It hasn't worked so far though. I did have a panic attack and it helped. He also tried to give me 1mg for sleep every night but I'd wake up pretty fast during the night. He didn't want me to continue taking Trazodone but I told him it was the only thing that worked so he prescribed me more. It  generally will keep me asleep for 7-8 hours and feel good when I wake up. It doesn't really have any side effects besides some dizziness. I already have that from vertigo. lol. I'm definetly not bi-polar. My mood has always been either stable or depressed. Never have had or have highs. That would be a night mare to be bi-polar and epileptic.

 

 

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Re: What seizure meds are also anti-anxiety?

Revelations,

That was my nightmare. Unfortunately I was misdiagnosed and my epilepsy wasn't diagnosed until a couple of months ago after I was so badly mismedicated in a hospital that I went into neurolepsis and had convulsions. That, plus my history, got me the dx.

I've had so many seizures that I am no longer bipolar. The irony here is that the epilepsy caused the mood disorder and also cured it. ECT came about after doctors observed improvements in patients mood after seizures. It's pretty barbaric, although the newer techniques work quite well for some people with minimal damage.

Now I take Keppra and pray a lot. My health is ruined from the abuse and mistreatment. I still have seizures, but have no more med options because nothing else works, I'm allergic to it, or I can't tolerate the side effects. I hate the Keppra, but I'd be dead without it.

The most important thing is to find the right AED(s). Not having seizures will reduce your anxiety more than anything I can think of. Make sure you get the brand name extended release formulation of whatever it is if it's available; otherwise do a Q8 hour (three times a day) or Q6 hour (four times a day) dosing schedule depending on the med. This is critical.

Some of these meds can be depressing as well. You've got to find the right med or meds at the right dose or doses for you. We are all different.

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i have both epilepsy, tle, and i'm bipolar with an extreme anxiety problem.  yes, having the two together is not fun but as was said...some of the meds, i take lamictal, treat both conditions.  the anxiety can be very dibilitating.  I'm on permanet disability because mine is so intense.  I also take prozac and alprozalm as needed, which isn't very often.  i have a movement disorder much like epilepsy except the shaking happens for 30 secs or so then stops for 4 minutes then starts again...all night long.  my whole body shakes violently durring these episodes.  dr added klonepin to take before bed for that one.  it helps with my jerks durring the day but don't know if it's working at night because i sleep in a seperate room than my husband because of this.

None of this is fun.  untreated anxiety is a serious thing and you need to get some help for that.  maybe not something you take every day, but as needed.   the prozac helps with anxiety and the abilify as an add on helps too.  there are a few options for you.

oh, i also have clinical depression, which is one of the reasons why i take the prozac and the dr. recently added abilify.  it's all about quality of life in the end.  I wish i didnt have to take all these meds but the seizures, suicidal thoughts and the like are no way to live.  I wish you all the best.

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Abilify has a seizure risk. It also can cause anxiety. It also causes dyskinesias. It doesn't sound like a good med for you.

There are better SSRIs than Prozac. This polypharmacy is disturbing. Have you tried Lithium? That works very well for depression and mania and if your kidneys can take it (mine can't) is one of the best meds out their for bpd.

The Abilify is bad news. It's just the newest poison the drug company reps are pushing now so all of the doctors are writing for it. If you have seizures and a movement disorder you should not take an atypical antipsychotic or any antipsychotic for that matter unless there are no other options.

This is just getting me upset. I trusted my doctors and ended up sick and injured. I know psychopharmacology better than most psychiatrists. That is sad, but true. If the lawyers would let him, I know a really good doctor who would verify that statement.

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Re: What seizure meds are also anti-anxiety?

Sodium Valporate can have an anti anxiety effect, but .... you wouldn't count on it .. it just so happens to be the case that some people have reported less anxiety while on it.

I have TLE and a mood disorder, I am on Sodium Valporate which has helped the mood side of thing quite a lot, although anxiety still remained. We have backed up Sodium Valporate with Lexapro for the anxiety, and seems to have done the trick.

 

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Peace, Love, Mung Beans

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You mean depakote? That caused me bad problems with blood sugar. Besides that I didn't notice much for anxiety but back then (over 10 years ago) anxiety wasn't really a problem. Now it is. I see no point in going on a SSRI because then your just masking the issue. I'd rather take trazodone which works differently then a SSRI at dosages used for depression. Also I currently have no sexual side effects or libido issues. I don't wanna mess that up. Trazodone actually increases libido at times.

 

"And God shall wipe away all tears from their eyes; and there shall be no more death, neither sorrow, nor crying, neither shall there be any more pain: for the former things are passed away" - Rev 21:4

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Sorry to butt-in, but I have a few questions if that's ok... I was diagnosed with a Mood Disorder associated with Epilepsy (TLE) in 2007 at the age of 30. I was on active duty in the Navy at the time (13 years). Originally, I was put on Keppra alone...it made me CRAZY to say the least. I had absolutely no control over my emotions. Now that I take low-dose Carbatrol I'm doing much better and seizure-free. I recently had to do a VA physical where I had to see a Neuropsychologist; she said the Navy slapped a mood disorder diagnosis on me because they didn't know what else to call it. She then diagnosed me with "Generalized Anxiety Disorder" associated with Epilepsy of course...

My question is, did any of you prior to being diagnosed with E, experience severe mood changes, anxiety, depression or otherwise? I've always been sort of moody, but what woman isn't? I did however, struggle with anxiety at various times. I'm wondering if Epilepsy or the AED's caused my "mood disorder" or anxiety disorder? Since my siezures began I've noticed a huge change in my behavior. I used to be very much in control of "emotional outbursts"...now, not so much. My mouth tends to overload my brain! It's not as bad as it was before, but my ups and downs really suck! The Navy and VA have both suggested I see a psychologist, but I don't want them throwing even more medications at me. In additon to Keppra and Carbatrol, I take Diazepam for anxiety as needed (rarely take it). On the rare occasions I do take Diazepam, I get SEVERE headache's afterward - sometimes lasting 2 days!

I have no history of mental illness or clinical depression, only anxiety. I'm not sure what to do or if I even believe their crap-shoot diagnosis. Do any of you have advice as to what you think I should do, if anything? Have any of you experienced anything similar? Thanks so much for reading my ramblings :)

Take care and God Bless!!!

Angela

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Hi, Angela;
I've never had any issues with mood or anxiety disorders either before or since the diagnosis of E. I'm on lamictal, and I do feel like it has "slowed down" my brain function somewhat, and as it is for you with anxiety, I'm not sure if it is the onset of the E that is causing this or the medication. Lamictal is the 4th med. I've been on, and I've noticed this brain function change for all of them.

For ex: I'm not quite as quick to have a witty come-back during a conversation, and my memory is mildly affected - mainly short -term. My neuro. is not concerned about the mild degrees to which I experience this change in brain function, and it doesn't bother me in a huge way: I consider it a small price to pay for finally getting at least some seizure control. I could see the "brain change" potentially affecting my job when I go back to work, however, because of it's fast pace, high level of mental quickness, multi-tasking, and ability to immediately come up with answers and/or make decisions. I know this last part is a bit off track, but it's an issue that concerns me.

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Hi Angela,

Moods and TLE can be one and the same. I have a mood disorder and TLE. In fact, its called "temporal lobe phenomena" but good luck finding anything online about it. I fit in to that picture. I usually just tend to get quite miserable, and I do get pretty bad anxiety at times, I might be a tiny tiny bit bipolarish - but that is still under review.

So yes, having temporal lobe epilepsy can be means to having a mood disorder, or two! But, Neurologist's dont tend to like the term temporal lobe phenomena, as they generally think of it as something Shrinks are making up.

Its has taken a really good Shrink to pull this whole picture together for me. We are now tackeling Neuros to get it all rounded off.

 

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Peace, Love, Mung Beans

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Thank you so much for your response!! That makes total sense to me. As I understand it TLE effects our emotions, cognitive ability and motor functions at times... I guess my main concern has been the fact that I have received multiple diagnosis for the same problem from Dr's who don't know my history and have only met me for about an hour. It's irritating to say the least. I thank God for my Neurologist. He's wonderful! I'm going to discuss this with him and get his take on it. I may also make an appt. with a psychologist in order to get a more "well-rounded" perspective on this whole thing.

I feel truly blessed that my seizures have almost stopped completely (a few electric shocks now and then, but no MAJOR events to speak of). Now I want to tackle this overwhelming anxiety I've been having lately. I've  been one to "control" my emotions by faith and just let God take the reigns... God has been so good to me, I've just found it harder to deal with in these past few weeks. I know God has me covered :) I need to learn how to let go again.

Again, thank you so much for the information and advice! It's always great to talk to someone who can relate :) I love this website!!

Take care and God Bless!!!

Angela

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I use Klonopin as an anti-seizure, anti-anxiety med.  But I think it's a "add on."    Phylis Feiner Johnson   www.epilepsytalk.com

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Yeah, That would be a add on. I asked my doctor about klonopin actually to curb my anxiety and he said see how therapy goes and if that don't work we'll talk.

 

 

"And God shall wipe away all tears from their eyes; and there shall be no more death, neither sorrow, nor crying, neither shall there be any more pain: for the former things are passed away" - Rev 21:4

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Wow, my thread totally got Hi-jacked! You can PM eachother people for off topic chat.

 

 

"And God shall wipe away all tears from their eyes; and there shall be no more death, neither sorrow, nor crying, neither shall there be any more pain: for the former things are passed away" - Rev 21:4

Re: What seizure meds are also anti-anxiety?

Revelations,

I'm confused. I directly addressed your comments as well as those of other posters. Why don't you reply directly to the "off-topic" comments and let the poster(s) know why you considered these to be non-responsive?

We don't own these fora. We cannot moderate them. If you think a comment is inappropriate, flag it and let epi-help deal with it.

I am sorry that you are displeased with the replies.

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I responded to your post, I appreciate it. I have no beef with you. lol.

 

"And God shall wipe away all tears from their eyes; and there shall be no more death, neither sorrow, nor crying, neither shall there be any more pain: for the former things are passed away" - Rev 21:4

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Revelations,

Thanks. I try to be sensitive to people's needs, especially when they're looking for help. It's really tough because even good doctors have a hard time practicing good medicine these days.

It's a tough row we all have to hoe.

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First I want to say thank you for posting about this topic. I've been struggling for quite some time with anxiety and other issues since my diagnosis of E in 2007.

In regard to someone"hi-jacking" your thread: I truly hope you weren't referring to me. My questions were not off topic and were definitely relevant to what I gathered from the discussion. If my post offended you, then I'm sorry.

The wonderful people and the knowledge I have gained from Epilepsy.com is what helped me get thru my first year of an unexpected adult diagnosis of Epilepsy. I, along with most others sufferring/living with E, come here for guidance and sometimes just to vent to others that may be experiencing some of the same things. You being someone with Epilepsy should understand that all too well.

I'm very thick-skinned, but other's may not be; especially those newly diagnosed looking for kindness and  understanding who may not have a support system at home. Your above comment was un-called for and very rude, even if it wasn't directed toward me. I have read each and every comment on this thread and see no place where anyone has "hi-jacked" your discussion. I could understand if it were something completely irrelevant, having nothing to do with Epilepsy, but nothing I see falls in that category.

If I have misinterpreted the meaning behind your comment, then I apologize. I would like to think we can all be here to support one another and share experiences in order to help other's cope.

Angela Sanders (A wife and new Mommy living with Epilepsy)

 

Re: What seizure meds are also anti-anxiety?

Angela,

I'm startled anyone would be so insensitive.  Don't let it affect your communicating with the rest of us.   My sister-in-law has bipolar and takes Lamictal.  I've heard that Tegretol works for that!  (someone told me she took Tegretol, but was afraid people would think she's crazy.  I told her that I took it for over 10 years for seizures!  She had no idea it was also used for that.)

A lot of AEDs are used for both anxiety and seizures.  Medical science is learning that it's a neuroligical condition.   I'm sure the web can provide more info.  Your neurologist is the best  informant, since he knows what drugs you're already taking, have already tried, don't interat well, etc.

 

 

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Angela,

I'm startled anyone would be so insensitive.  Don't let it affect your communicating with the rest of us.   My sister-in-law has bipolar and takes Lamictal.  I've heard that Tegretol works for that!  (someone told me she took Tegretol, but was afraid people would think she's crazy.  I told her that I took it for over 10 years for seizures!  She had no idea it was also used for that.)

A lot of AEDs are used for both anxiety and seizures.  Medical science is learning that it's a neuroligical condition.   I'm sure the web can provide more info.  Your neurologist is the best  informant, since he knows what drugs you're already taking, have already tried, don't interat well, etc.

 

 

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Thank you for the information :) I'm going to make an appt with my Neurologist and discuss alternate treatment plans for Anxiety and my new diagnosis of "Generalized Anxiety Disorder". I'm also going to do a little research myself to try and understand the difference between my original diagnosis of Mood Disorder associated with Epilepsy (TLE) and Anxiety Disorder.

I'm so thankful for the advice and information I get from everyone here. I won't let a few mean-spirited comments affect my participation in discussions on this website. I feel sharing our experiences, concerns and coping mechanism's can change lives. Everyone's experience in Epilepsy is different to an extent, but when I found this website it all became more real to me. For a long time I thought I was crazy, the doctor's were crazy; maybe I had somehow created this in my mind. The control freak in me thought if I created it, I could make it go away... Talking to people who shared my same experiences helped me to realize I wasn't crazy and Epilepsy wasn't a death-sentence for me.

Epilepsy has changed my life, but it hasn't been all bad:) God has truly blessed me! I met my husband one-year after my diagnosis and we now have a sweet, little boy I was told I could never have. Epilepsy opened my eyes and taught me not to take my life for granted. It opened doors and strengthened my faith. (Now this is definitely off-topic...:) Anyway, thank you for defending me. If you ever need to chat, email me anytime.

Take care and God bless!!!

Angela

Re: What seizure meds are also anti-anxiety?

Angele,

Make sure the first priority is to get the seizures under control with meds with minimal side effects. The seizures themselves cause the "psychiatric" symptoms. You don't need diagnosis du jour from every different shrink you see.

That is not helpful and, in fact, is quite dangerous. Been there, done that, and it almost killed me.

TLE causes all sorts of oddities. Giving them names from the DSM-IV-tr is a ridiculous exercise. You need a neuro who knows what he or she is doing. I don't have much confidence in stinks as I call shrinks, though Bedge seems to have gotten lucky.

I think the degree of success has more to do with the quality of the doctor than his or her specialty. I just think there are more bad shrinks than any other specialty. I'm beginning to thing that neuros run a close second.

All the best. Please know that you are most definitely not the only one out there.

I worked as an IT consultant on Wall street, another bastion of Male Superiority and Sexism. It was not easy and very cut-throat. I was extremely successful until I succombed to illness and circumstance.

Epilepsy is a tough go. I wouldn't wish it on anyone.

Baruch Hashem. Hoshia na.

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Thank you Zealot! You're absolutely right! I agree with you in so many ways. I don't hold much stock in what a lot of Dr's have to say these days. I'm also a product of too many years of misdiagnosis, hormone therapy and just being a guinea pig to Dr's that didn't want to take the time to get a specific diagnosis.  They just stuck a band-aid on my symptoms and went about their business. It wasn't until I took my health into my own hands that I was finally able to be treated properly, but by that time it was too late. My seizures started just weeks after.

Although my TLE diagnosis is considered to be of an unknown Etiology, I know deep down it's because of being pumped full of hormones for so many years for PCOS. I've been reluctant to see a "stink" (lol) because of the possibility of having yet another medication pushed down my throat. Luckily, I have a wonderful Neuro who is open and honest and tells me like it is! Once I speak with him, I'll take his recommendation - then come here of course and ask for opinions... :-)

I also know what the loss of a great career feels like...it stinks. Like you, I was forced to retire because I was no longer capable of perfoming at the level I had prior to my seizures. Not to mention, I was no longer fit for active service with a diagnosis of Epilepsy. I do know that everything happens for a reason. I'm so grateful for the life I have now, even with Epilepsy :) Take care of yourself and again, thank you for the advice.

Angela Sanders

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Angela, I'm glad you finally found a good doctor. PCOS is has many comorbidities. I really don't think doctors know what it is or how to treat it.
Of course, women with PCOS are overrepresented in "psychiatric populations." Hormones are powerful and they do stuff in our brains, not  just as messengers in the blood stream.  If they used natural hormones for treatment it would be different, but they can't patent them.
I think you are correct that the HT caused you damage. So did the original condition. It's a tough one.
I have a suspicion that PCOS is another "symptom set" that has become a "treatable disorder." If it were treatable, the treatments would have a higher success rate. Again, I think that there is an underlying causal factor or factors that is or are being overlooked.
It is a known fact that hormones influence epilepsy so I'm pretty sure your instincts are right. Catamenial Epilepsy is almost a cliche. Maybe if you can get your hormone levels straightened out the seizures will remit.
I know I have sustained some pretty serious brain damage over the years, the most egregiious at the hands of the stinks. I literally cannot see straight. Parallel lines don't look parallel. Squares don't look square.  I said his before:  the world looks like a fun house mirror only it isn't any fun.
Losing one's life work is difficult.  I know I used to have that American "you are what you do" disease.  I had a really tough time when I had to stop working.  I had to find a new way to define myself. 
I wish I could say it gets easier.  For me it hasn't.  I pray that for you it will. 
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Re: What seizure meds are also anti-anxiety?

Obviously you interpreted my comment wrong. I just suggested private messaging so that we can stay on topic. Also it helps the ones talking to eachother  so that they don't have to go through all the posts. I understand your sensitivity but I assure you after 27 years of dealing with epilepsy I am very sensitive to others not only with this condition but anyone who suffers with anything. With epilepsy it will forcefully give you thick skin over time. Since your rather new to epilepsy I can tell you got a lot of calluses to build. We don't get through this disease without them.

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Revelations,

I understand that you are frustrated that you are not getting direct responses to your questions, but like I said before, we can't moderate these fora. People are going to find each other and take off on their own.

Think of these "tangents" as little sub-threads. You don't have to join them. If you have a pressing concern, add a new comment at the top and ask away.

We can't control what other people do. With epilepsy, it's hard enough to control what we do ourselves. I know when I'm conscious and aware during a seizure (sometimes I am and sometimes I'm not) I "tell" my brain and body to do things and they just don't!

Please try to follow your own advice and not let other peoples concerns that do not coincide with your own bother you. I know, I know. Easier said than done.

Baruch Hashem. Hoshia na.

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Re: What seizure meds are also anti-anxiety?

Thank you for your concern. Let me assure you my "sensitivity" is only for those who may be put off by your comment and apparant lack of sensitivity to anyone who may only be looking for recognition that they're not alone. If you think by asking a question about anxiety on "your" thread is hi-jacking, you may need to take a step back and realize there are others that have questions that directly relate to your original post. That's what a discussion forum is all about. "YOU" don't own this discussion; you only started it. If you don't like the responses you get or the questions other people ask - don't read them! You may have 27 years of Epilepsy under your belt, but you may want to take a lesson in humility. 

I'm a retired Navy Chief; believe me when I tell you after serving as long as I did in the military, as a woman, I had to become very thick skinned and overcome a lot of adversity. Is Epilepsy hard, you betcha! It's been one of the most difficult things to deal with in my life, but I won't have you belittle me or the progress I've made over these last 3.5 years. It saddens me that someone with your knowledge and experience with Epilepsy could be so close-minded and cold. You could help so many people, yet you choose to shut them out if it's not something that revolves directly around you. 

You and I have similar questions about our particular circumstances. We could have compared notes to help each other understand what's going on with our treatment. Unfortunately, it seems that isn't going to happen. I wish you well in your life and pray you find the answers you're looking for. May God bless you and keep you safe.

Angela Sanders

 

 

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Now your just being disrespectful and way too negative.  All your talk about thick skin is ironic because your so sensitive. Humility, lol... as the saying goes, If you got one finger pointed at someone else you got 4 others pointing back at you. We are done talking. If a moderator could just erase my thread it might be better. People don't need to see all this negative talk.

 

 

"And God shall wipe away all tears from their eyes; and there shall be no more death, neither sorrow, nor crying, neither shall there be any more pain: for the former things are passed away" - Rev 21:4

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Revelations,

Please go back and read the "Good Book." Please remember what the Prophet, Jesus of Nazareth, said: Turn the other cheek.

I am a Jew. We do not believe that the Messiah has yet come. That is why I refer to Jesus as a prophet.

Baruch Hashem. Hoshia na.

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