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How exactly do aura's feel

How exactly do aura's feel? Can you have aura's and not have an actual seizure? I think I had some this weekend. I went off into like a "spacy" feeling. Like I was tingling and I couldn't make myself snap out of it for a few seconds. I have had a headache since I has these feelings. I have had E a long time, but I am new to all the terminology and so forth. Thanks.

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Re: How exactly do aura's feel

WendyBendy,

Before I had my two brain surgeries for epilepsy I had Auras, I always had a scary sensation. Imagine how it feels finding a snake by accident. The only thing was, my scary sensation would start at the tip of my toes and spread to the top of my head. I rarely had the signal of odd smells. I do not know if any other E's have dealt with scary sensations for their Aura.

Later,
E_Loner

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About 15 - 20 years ago I would wake up in the morning and would instantly know that i was going to have a szr that day, call it what you like, an aura, a gut feeling or just a feeling that a connection has come loose in your brain you know today's the day no matter what you do about it. Things turned even stranger about 4 years ago but its a long story but it's in my blog and if anyone has come across anything similar i would love to know because although it sounds ideal in one respect it was hell in many others.
Andy

Re: How exactly do aura's feel

I had an experience similar to this last week with my last seizure. I wasn't feeling well so I told my boyfriend I was going to take a short nap. When I lay down I thought to myself "you know if I have a seizure right now, there is no way he is going to hear me back in the bedroom"-- bam-- 20 minutes later while I was sleeping, that's what happened!

I had not had felt my aura or had any other warning.

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I dont mean to break the thread but ive had seizures for 27 years. am on gabapentin 3,200mg,800mg4X/day;keppra750 X4/day and clonazepam 2mg 2x/day. now Im down from 4-5 seizures a week to maybe 1 a month! i have tonic-clonic and myoclonic types. My auras are very weird with many things happening seemingly all at once: first i simply burst into a bad prickly sweat, i feel VERY scared and i can see but i am in a black "dome" with other people(i dont see them) but we are waiting for our seizures to start and a voice/feeling always tells me "lets get it over with" remember this happens in milliseconds. I plead "no take them first" but i am shoved to the front of the line. Ive learned to sit or even drop to the floor/ground cause im sick of the many huge head bumps and scratches i always get. I guess i am unconscious. The same scene but i keep getting shoved for my next turn(seizure). It always tastes as if there is a penny,copper-llike in my mouth and i cant breathe. I remember this"as it happens" Always the same. If for some reason i suddenly flush hot or taste copper i just drop down cause i somehow know whats next. The fear/shame/embarrassment in anticipation is excruciating! I never can be happy for long out of fear. Afterwards im always terrified ive been in some horrible accident and very scared,thirsty and tired. Im always told by someone when its witnessed how blueish/purple i became and pounded my head. Funny, but usually someone tells me how scared THEY were. Usually thats when the medics,cops or firepersons arrive. I guess im out for 4-5 minutes and it takes about 20 minutes or so to start remembring things like my name,day or year,etc. I know this sounds like blow for blowaccount of the whole seizure..its not. Its the whole aura. Except there is usually one or two more in the ambulance or E.R. Ive never gone into this complete detail before cause it usually makes the aura start but i had to get it off my chest. Thanks for letting me ramble. I feel better,Curtis L.

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I get a feeling of fear or anxiety, it just lasts for a few seconds, followed by a "spaced out" feeling, a feeling of warmth, and weakness - I've collapsed three or four times. Since I've been taking carbamazepine I no longer get the aura and the attacks have been less severe, but they are just as frequent - usually two or three a day over a couple of days every few weeks; I had six yesterday, however.

I've had a brain scan and am seeing a neurologist next week.

Leon Heller

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I thought this article was to tell people seizures what exactly an aura feels like. It hasn't!! It dosen't tell me squat. This isn't even an article. All it tells me and probably many other people what other people's auras feel like. All auras are different. This article is titled "How exactly do auras feel". I sorry to say it again. But it dosen't tell me anything I haven't heard before.

Re: How exactly do aura's feel

ive had epilepsy for 2.5 years now and my auras are different than most i read about.

i get a tightness in my throat and i feel like i missed a breath; sometimes that happens and nothing comes of it. other times afterwards i feel the muscles in my lower jaw tighten and my tongue starts to twitch on the right side. when i feel my tongue start twitching, seizures are usually 15 seconds away. i don't get any deja vu feeling/vision problems/auditory hallucinations

Re: How exactly do aura's feel

I can tell you, at least my experience-
for me it's more like a runners high- if you've ever had one- feels good- followed by deja vu feeling, followed by a little nausea at the end-
posted my reply before but it didn't go through. I think that my are hormonally triggered, because the always occurred before my period- new moon- and once I hit menopause, I started having nocturnal seizures and went on meds and am fine. But I worry, since I'm again feeling the aura's once a month- again new moon even though I'm in menopause- and am worried that the meds aren't working as well-
my 2 cents and hope it helps

I feel similar

I feel strange, confused kinda dizzy like I'm going to fall off the edge of the earth.
Than I feel what I guess I'd pressure on my head and body as though it is being ground Into the floor, and an overwhelming dread and every thing goes gray and I cant see and as if I'm being ground down a big metal calvert or somthing? And as I go round and round i keep touching the sides and it feels like I'm getting electrocuted? This is really only short while but seems like hours of descending into hell!
People say sometimes I but I and took my head than my body becomes stiff, and other times I just fall to the floor jerk just a little and get stiff, but it always at first feels like the same decent into hell a d when it's over I am so tired I can hardly lift my arm and i can't understand anything people are saying and have no idea where I am or who I am for about 25 min,even if it really only lasts a few seconds?

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Waking up. I can totally agree. The room would begin spinning. I would close my eyes and say please go away please go away. SO that's what that was-an aura. I'd feel like I was floating. No pain. Just weightless, floating, dizziness.
"So long as men can breathe or eyes can see,
So long lives this, and this gives life to thee."-William Shakespeare

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peace R.C.

  Hi.

  I thought (oops)  I had responded to this before?  There must be 2 or more threads like this .

   I,m 45 and have had 1,ooo,s of szs over the last 15 yrs.

   BUT it has taken me until yrs. to understand that I have probably had "auras" all my life. 

    My mom (r.i.p.) and I spent some time talking about this and it may have started after a accident I had at age 6

    but we did not know about "auras" when we were discussing this .

    I have 14 yrs sober, BUT I have stated before that I am very thankful that I have done hallucinogenic drugs 

    because a lot of the feelings described here  are exactly like the effects of these drugs.

    I actually thought or at least passed off these feelings as "flashbacks" for many yrs  or diet,hangover,something ? lol.

   In fact even though I have been diagnosed as epileptic I have never discussed the aura feeling with a doctor lol. 

   I am in a drug study now. It says on my sz. chart that an "aura is cold,sweats,foggy thinking, 

    Almost anything brings this on now.  I have had serious side effects to a lot of drugs and I feel now that some of these szs.(auras) are a side effect of the drugs.

   Also my triggers have totally changed over the past few yrs. and I have so many that it is almost unknown to me what they may be.

  The heat is one I,m aware of  it belongs in another thread for triggers.

  I see where so many people describe their aura  and me and my neuro. chart see them as a complex partial sz. ? ?

  For the most part my "auras" have felt like everything here. 

  cold,sweaty,mind racing,(normal lol) left eye twitching, soft warm fuzzy feeling, panic,paranoid,vertigo,a problem swallowing, just a whole host of minor feelings. 

  It is seeing where these minor szs cross over is the problem for me,and knowing these "feelings" now may lead to a gmal is  enough to cause a panic feeling that brings on a sz. just like a big cycle a revolving door 

   I hope someone understands my rambling a little , Rick

Re: How exactly do aura's feel

here's my descripton to add to the lot.

 

episode type 1:

Going to bed at night, randomly would jump in bed and start playing
back my day in my head  like most people do. The difference is my inner
monologue would scream my thoughts back to me. I could not make this
stop. Everything I thought was amplified. Let me make it clear, I would not "hear voices", but only my own thoughts being yelled back at me to the point of being painful. Along with this time seemed
to slow down, I would go into a trance like state. I felt like I was shrinking into my bed, and the walls of
my room felt like they were coming in on me and then going out. this would last sometimes until I fell asleep.

Episode type 2:

The
other variance is during the day sometimes I feel this space out
feeling. It feels different from regular spacing out because I would go
into this trance state again. No yelling inner monologue, just the
space out feeling, tunnel vision, voices sound slow when people talk to
me, it's as if I am hearing a conversation from far away and can't quite make out what people are saying but only see their mouths move. I cannot respond to them. I feel like I have lost the ability to function, like I have become a statue. These episodes last anywhere from 10-20
seconds then suddenly stop! And zooooom I am back to normal. I sometimes am confused for a meer second then realized what just happened.

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My auras begin with an odor. It's always the same, I have no idea what it is, because I cannot remember it after the sz, but I always know what it is when I smell it. Then my stomach tightens, as if it would due to extreme panic, but I'm not panicky at all, it's just my stomach muscles. I begin to sweat profusely (unlike me because I'm usually always cold in the A/C here in Fla.) Then the actual sz kicks in (I only get auras for the simple and complex partials in my temporal lobes--not the grand mals). Everything is always very familiar to me, but I can only recognize it during the spell...never afterwards. As a side note, sometimes an odor will trigger a sz for me, which really kind of sucks, because I love to try new foods.
=)
Susan

Hi... Auras shouldn't be

Hi...

Auras shouldn't be dismissed as less as they ARE seizures.
They're a type of simple partial when they occur immediately before a complex partial or a type of generalized seizure.

See http://www.epilepsy.com/epilepsy/auras.html

Hi Wendy,
After reading that piece on simple partials and you should have an idea.
You might also read http://www.epilepsy.com/101/ep101_symptom.html

~sol

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I never had any auras untill I reached my forties and I have had grand-mals since I was a child. I have been getting alot of them lately and they scare me to death. Sometimes I get this feeling like Iam in one and it only lasts about 5 sec and after that I get these Headaches which I call Seizure Headaches. I reconize these headaces I get because after I come out of a grand-mal I get these weird Headaches and they are hard to explain. I ;have told my Doctor about these but he does not seem to be concerned. He told me since iam not passing out with them the meds are working but, each time u have these absence Seisures and a grand-mal they do damage to your brain each time and I believe they leave Scar tissue as well in your brain.

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I agree. These headaches are not normal. Mine hit so bad I end up hospitalized. They can give me every migraine med they have and nothing breaks it. For days after my head is so sore it feels like my skull is cracked. My neurologist prescribed me maxalt, which helps but does nothing for pain. It helps the migraine from getting worse.

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I have longed to find others who experiance these feelings as i have. I cry at times after experiancing these Aura's becuase i felt no one can understnd the feelings that go through my body and the migraines i would have soon after. These are not good feelings for me and they can be scary. My Aura's begin by a dejevu feeling and it starts from the top of my body and goes down, this tingling sensation all over and feeling very strange looking around. i fight not allowing the full seizure to begin. i really feel comforted by holding someones hands.

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Hey Jamilah I completely agree. That feeling when you look up at a tall building that's overwhelming, especially a building that you've never seen before. Is that the type of aura you get. I get the same one. It almost feels like you're going to faint.
"So long as men can breathe or eyes can see,
So long lives this, and this gives life to thee."-William Shakespeare

Mine are always around my

Mine are always around my period too, for 6 yrs now. Every cycle... For 36 hrs in a row at a time

Your seizure threashold

Your seizure threashold lowers during sleep making you more vulnerable to auoras and seizures during sleep. Always TRY to stay awake if someone can help you bc more than likely you'll just go back into another if you go back to sleep. Every time with me

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Mine feel like this: 1. I smell something, sort of like food burning. 2. My ears start ringing really loud. 3. I feel very anxious. 4. I get dizzy and nauseated. 5. Then the shaking starts. I have had auras WITHOUT the tremors, but I always get the dizziness and nausea, which for me is the worst part. It's interesting to read how many people feel a tingling in their scalp, I have that sensation often, with and without auras/tremors. I have partial-onset seizures during the day which are mostly controlled with Depakote and nocturnal myoclonics at night, which are mostly controlled by clonazapam. My seizures started 20 years ago after a serious brain injury.

Exact same story

Exact same story

Your seizure threashold

Your seizure threashold lowers during sleep

Hi, I have been having

Hi, I have been having seizures tonic clonic seizures since I was 15. I am 40 now. I always have auras before hand. For me it's a tingling sensation that goes through my whole body like a wave. Then stops and starts again. I get hot flushes, and feel sweaty and lose concentration on what ever I'm doing. It's a panic, anxious feeling and yes very scary and I'm always crying when I have them because I know I'm going to fit. I had 2 the other day and ever since then i've felt depressed and had a bit of memory loss. It's a terrible frightening feeling and I don't have anyone to talk to who knows how I'm feeling.

Re: How exactly do aura's feel

There have been tons of descriptions of how auras feel so I won't add to it :)

Just to say that auras do not always result in seizures and you can fight the onset of a seizure if you feel it coming on by concentrating on something abstract - a spot on the wall etc.

 And also to say -

I did yoga on and off for several years but it is only in the past two - three years - since I started practising regularly (3-4 times a week) that I have experienced a significant reduction in seizures and auras.  My epilepsy was always quite well controlled but stress was always a huge trigger for me and the yoga has eliminated ALL stress.  I have not had a seizure or aura in over three years.  I am convinced that this is all down to the regular practice of yoga and yoga meditation.

Yoga has also boosted my immune system considerably and it is over three years since I have had a cold, flu or infection.  In fact I feel REALLY well better than I ever have.

I go to one class a week and perhaps every second day do some yoga at home - sometimes this is as short as 20-30 minutes and sometimes as much as 60 minutes - it all really depends on how much time I have available.

 I also try to exercise regularly - exercise bike and trail walking.  It is true that the more exercise you do the better you feel.

 Beryl

 

Amen

Amen

I have recently been

I have recently been diagnosed with epilepsy after having 3 grand mal seizures in 6 months at the age of 46. I have not had a seizure for 3 years now on lamotrigine. What I do have is these weird episodes which I call word salad. I cannot speak in intelligible sentences. Pleople talk to me but I can’t understand what they are saying and sometimes my vision goes all wavy. It seems to correspond to periods of stress and my menstrual cycle. It is very debilitating at work and quite frightening. Is this part of my epilepsy? If so how can I stop it happening?

Mine are always around my

Mine are always around my period too, for 6 yrs now. Every cycle... For 36 hrs in a row at a time

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My aura's are so bizarre. When I was first diagnosed with epilepsy I would have an aura that consisted of my mouth going numb. It would be like a sweeping sensation throughout my tongue. Although I didn't realize it at the time, those were my partial seizures. When I had my first grand mal in the hallway of my high school it was the WORST mouth numbness and it traveled down my arm (thought I was having a stroke). I was originally on Trileptal but since then I have changed my medications many times.

Since this mouth numbness my aura's have changed to a whole body numbness which meant I could not feel anything. One time I was teaching swim lessons and couldn't even feel the water (yikes! talk about scary). After a year or so of that feeling it then changed into a "weighing down" feeling where it feels like I'm moving in slow motion and like someone is sitting on me. It's terrible and I never know what my next aura will be like.

Exact opposite for me. If I

Exact opposite for me. If I can relax myself enough to fall asleep, it won't happen. If I stay awake...the seizure is imminent. 

Re: How exactly do aura's feel

My aura's are so bizarre. When I was first diagnosed with epilepsy I would have an aura that consisted of my mouth going numb. It would be like a sweeping sensation throughout my tongue. Although I didn't realize it at the time, those were my partial seizures. When I had my first grand mal in the hallway of my high school it was the WORST mouth numbness and it traveled down my arm (thought I was having a stroke). I was originally on Trileptal but since then I have changed my medications many times.

Since this mouth numbness my aura's have changed to a whole body numbness which meant I could not feel anything. One time I was teaching swim lessons and couldn't even feel the water (yikes! talk about scary). After a year or so of that feeling it then changed into a "weighing down" feeling where it feels like I'm moving in slow motion and like someone is sitting on me. It's terrible and I never know what my next aura will be like.

The dream thing is how they

The dream thing is how they started with me until I started having grandes a few yrs later

Same

Same

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I have had Epilepsy my doctor speculates based on my symptoms my whole life, but I wasn't diagnosed till recently b/c well money kept me from going to doctor.  When I was young the aura I got generally was a sense of fullness in my mouth like I had a metal pipe there or something.  I also get what feels like tingles, chills, and sometimes a massive rush of endorphins coupled with prickly sensations in one side of the head.  Since I've started medicine the auras are very persistent and a bit more creepy feeling I can't explain it exactly like someone raking their fingers inside of you...I also get tightness in my palms w/burning, sometimes I'll get trembles in the arm and I usually start to space out and lose focus.

Please help me. My

Please help me. My Neurologist acts like I am nuts. I told him about my auras and it was like he had never heard of it. These are the type's of auras I have had. I smell a pungent odor or sometimes I have a sweet smelling odor  and lately it has been the aroma of smelling the best pot of coffee ever brewed. Only to discover there is no coffee. I do not automatically have a seizure but I know that one is coming. Sometimes it can be days or a week, but I know it is coming. Before that is was dea ja veu (probably not spelled correctly) like been there done that and then sometimes I experience a feeling of floating over myself in the bed, and I can see everything going on. Sometimes I can even take off and float in mid-air, I feel so light. And like some I just get a gut feeling that one is coming on. Please tell me that I am not bonkers.I have had two EEG'S and the first one didn't detect anything and I just had one on 5/13/2014 don't know how it will turn out but when they started the light show I went into a full blown seizure. I had two of them one right behind the other. I have been on several types of medication but the one that seemed to work the best was the Tegretol until they changed it to the generic brand. And it quit working and I explained this to my doctor and he put me on Keppra 2000 mg. Now I tremble all the time. What's a person to do. I give up.

Get a dif neuro now !

Get a dif neuro now !

scary deja-vu

It is so great to know others have these similar feelings and that I'm not the only one.  It is almost impossible for me to explain them to my family and friends.  I have really strong feelings of deja-vu where I am remembering dreams or memories, but I can't really explain or remember the details of them.  I can feel it in my stomach also. I have multiple a day and I just try to think about something else to make them stop.  When they get really intense is when I have an absence or a tonic-clonic seizure.  It is just overwhelming to not be able to control or stop them.  I am on lamictal (350mg twice daily); it makes me really tired all of the time.  Does anyone else experience this or feel the same way?  Thanks for all the support, I am so glad I registered to this forum

Exact same here

Exact same here

Have another epileptic friend

Have another epileptic friend I met at clinic w exact story as yours. He had up to 30 a day and they told him since age 8 it was in his head until he got married and his wife said no more. He had brain surgery 3 weeks ago and hasn't hD one single seizure 

Sounds like auoras and they

Sounds like auoras and they will eventually typically turn to grands even if years later

Re: How exactly do aura's feel

I have been having auras since I was in kindergarten. For years I didnt know how to explain these terrible feelings other than saying it felt like deja vu. It seems as though people experience different sensations ie smells, sights, sounds. For me personally, I experience a feeling of impending doom - like something bad is taking over. Then at the peak of the aura I hear random bits of conversation in my head but I cannot explain where those clips of conversation really came from. i feel confused, scared and feel overwhelmed. I tend to have them while at work. Once I was on a conference call and an aura started coming over me. My boss asked me a question and i could not communicate/make any sense when trying to reply to his question. This was one of the first times that someone noticed that i was having an aura and that something was terribly wrong. In a way it felt good for someone else to see with their own eyes that i was going thru this. Whenever i have had a grand mal seizure they have always come after/during one of my auras so needless to say it scares me when I do have the auras bc I never know if that will trigger a full out seizure.
I started having grand mals when i was about 18 years old. I am now 31 and have had just over 10 grand mals. Mostly nocturnal but 4 of them while I was conscious and awake etc.
I take dilantin and have not had a grand mal since (except for a couple times when I missed a dose of my meds etc). However it is still such an emotional rollercoaster when the auras happen. They seem to come in cycles where I have at least a few a day and then a week or so later they stop and i dont have them again for months. So in one sense i am grateful but nonetheless wish i could put an end to the auras. Some people seem to experience a good/high feeling. i have never felt anything positive from mine- just a horrible/dreadful emotion that scares me.

I have had multiple tests done and the results showed that I am not epileptic; however my neuro diagnosed me as having complex partial seizures. I am glad to find a forum where i can read others thoughts and experiences from their lives having lived with simialr problems as my own. i am grateful to have a place to vent where others can relate. It is hard for anyone in my family/friends to understand bc they have never had these issues and do not understand what this illness entails.
Cheers

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i usually feel like i am spaced out, and i can hear things and am somewhat there but if someone is talking to me i get irratable and tell them to shut up because i feel so weird...it is frustrating because no one understands what its like...

Re: How exactly do aura's feel

Hi all, great to read that I'm not alone here.  I started getting auras at 14.  Being in a small town it wasn't diagnosed until I went to University, even then it took ages - I thought I was imagining it and was loosing my mind.  I was lucky to see a neurologist who understood and I took Epilim for about 10 years and still had infrequent 'episodes' then had nothing for many years so weaned myself off the medication.  I thought it was over as I've not had any aura's for 10 years but had 2 aura's yesterday (I'm 38 now) and they really scared me.  The way people have described that feeling of dejavu - that something terrible is about to happen - is so true.  I hadn't met anyone else with this so was scared that maybe it was a brain tumour. 

My triggers seem to be stress and heat.  Now that it's started again I'm too scared to do anything physical - I love my exercise and gardening but I don't want to push myself and start an attack.  I live alone and it scares me that these could turn into Grand Mal seizures, I'd hate to loose my independance.  Does anyone else find that heat is a trigger?

 

Every time I have had a full

Every time I have had a full-blown tonic-clonic I have never had an aura. I have experienced a feeling of fainting, feeling like I'm going to black out, and vertigo if I have not had enough sleep (one of my triggers) and I can tell that if I do not get to bed almost immediately something will happen soon. 

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First of all, my heart goes out to everyone that suffers from this horrible disorder, and has to endure the fear, pain and discomfort that often accompany an episode of either a seizure, aura, or a combination of both. My epilepsy began in late 2004 or early 2005 (I can't recall exactly when; people with epilepsy sometimes suffer from short term memory problems. Kinda funny, that; but not really. Like when you're trying to remember the name of of a person who was introduced to you 5 minutes ago and attempting not to look like an idiot because you have already forgotten.) The physical cause of my disorder was 5 concussions in 3 years while attempting to learn how to race sportbikes in my 40s. In 2003, my last year of riding, I suffered 3 concussions and almost expired after the last incident, where I incurred a concussion, broken collarbone, cracked rib, and punctured lung. I began seizing on the trip to hospital, and upon arrival, was intubated in the parking lot. That particular hospital evidently did not feel that they were adequately prepared to deal with the extent of my injuries, so they stuffed me into an ambulance for the 50 mile trip to a level 1 Trauma Center in another city. When my wife and her sister arrived at the first hospital I was already gone. The staff told her to take her time driving to where they were taking me, since there would neurosurgeons waiting to perform an operation to relieve the swelling of my brain caused by my injuries and she wouldn't be able to see me until the surgery was over. Well, she had other ideas. My wife is a Christian and believes in the power of prayer to invite the intervention of God Almighty into any situation, even those that may look hopeless. She notified the prayer line at the church she (and now I)attended, and the long and short of it is that within a very short period of time I had people around the world in interlocking prayer networks praying for me.
Upon arriving at the Trauma Center my wife was told that I would not be needing surgery, but I would be in the hospital for weeks, and would need physical therapy and possibly a walker. Well, once again God had other ideas. I stayed there 4 days; 3 in the ICU, 1 in an intermediated room, and one in a standard care room before being sent home. Three days later I went back to work; it wasn't fun, but I got through it, and more or less made a full recovery within a few weeks, except for the collarbone. That was the physical recovery. Between the time of my waking up from sedation and my departure from the hospital, I decided it was time to begin a spiritual recovery, and I had a talk with the One who I had turned my back on and had been running away from for almost 10 years, and let Him be by Lord and Savior once again. And He was as as good as His Word; I'm now walking with Him and trusting Him again, despite the epilepsy (the particular variant which I suffer from I will describe on another post) that is something that I do not wish to be experiencing but is in no way a sign or symptom of God not loving me or having abandoned me.

Same

Same

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umm... Before meds i would be

umm... Before meds i would be crazy in appropriate like make jokes about stuff that you should not crazy stuff like i had no filter for common courtesy for any emotion anger or any thing!! I would punch walls go crazy. I swear i broke my knuckles once cause they wear so blue but what was weird was i would have the seizure like 30 min late and have no clue why or what happened. only that i was being weird for a min and that i went out. after meds it is less i dont have as many seizures and now I get weirded out and start looking for weird smells and then i have like this weird double vision like this trailing vision thing going on and my whole body just feels so crazy like any thing could set it off like a bomb waiting to go off and you just know any minute your gunna go and you just dont know exactly when or where and you cant stop it and when it happens i feel like all the air gets knocked out of me and i am out till i am back i did all this prior meds just more often and with added symptoms im just glad i dont do that weird filter thing. i cant get over it. what i explained above I dont understand because it hasent happened sense my meds but man it was weird. 

Mine are always around my

Mine are always around my period too, for 6 yrs now. Every cycle... For 36 hrs in a row at a time

Been diagnosed with multiple

Been diagnosed with multiple sclerosis in 2015, and I was a woman of 50. They put me on Rebif which I took until 2017 and was switched to Copaxone. I had two relapses on Rebif, none so far on Copaxone. I do notice my balance was getting worse, and my memory, as well as erectile dysfunction and spasms’ had no choice to sick for other solution and I was introduce to totalcureherbsfoundation c om  which I purchase the MS herbal formula from the foundation, the herbal supplement has effectively get rid of multiple sclerosis and reversed all symptoms. 

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