Because ambulance rides are expensive


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Apr 24, 2014
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I turned on the anonymous option on my ask box for those of us who are shy. 


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Apr 24, 2014
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epileptard:

kerrybat:

this is gonna seem weird but i kind of don’t care.

anyone out there with epilepsy? i don’t know anyone else who has it.

halp.

you want a list?  there’s a lot of us

should we do the thing where we all reblog this post and the amount of notes represents exactly the amount of people with epilepsy? i’m kinda tired


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Apr 22, 2014
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I love being in the woods alone so much


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Apr 22, 2014
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I wanna become a park ranger sooo bad because then I can clear paths and tell tourists to stay away from bears but no one I’ve talked to thinks it’s a great idea for me to be alone in the woods for hours on end.


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Apr 22, 2014
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I wonder…

How many seizures are caused by the stress and sleep deprivation caused by being stressed over having another seizure while selling sea shells on the sea shore.


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Apr 21, 2014
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rawrbeccasaurus asked: Just started taking lamictal and a few hours after taking it I have had violent grand mal seizures which are worse than I've had before. Has anyone else dealt with this?

epilepsysupport:

I can’t say I have. Followers?

-The sister

Beginning or ending lamictal is an incredibly chancy experience, it is a medication that must be taken strictly according to its schedule. I skipped a single dose in a 6 month stretch and had a grand mal, myself. 

Unfortunately, the only thing that will “help” is to continue taking the lamictal according to schedule; the seizures will go away as the medication builds itself up in your body. Of course, call your neurologist and keep them in the loop- you may need to up your dose, or hey, maybe lamictal just isn’t for you.


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Apr 20, 2014
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videogamesguysandfood:

Hey so I got this awesome chance to see Neighbors (the movie with Zac Efron and Seth Rogen) a few days ago, before it comes out in theaters. It was really funny and I recommend you all go see it. However, there is a section of the movie that can trigger people with epilepsy. I have no idea whether the producers have said anything about it in previews or released anything about it on the web, but I’d like to warn any of my followers and the rest of y’all that if you do have epilepsy, you might not want to go see it.


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Apr 20, 2014
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I almost dislocated my arm again literally jumping for joy.


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Apr 18, 2014
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fouramconfessions:

DO NOT TAG FLASHING POSTS WITH “EPILEPSY” THE EPILEPSY TAG IS FOR SUPPORT FOR PEOPLE WITH EPILEPSY


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Apr 18, 2014
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quigui:

Heads up to who’s going to see Spiderman 2, it contains flashing lights.


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Apr 17, 2014
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attention!

epilepsysupport:

i am leaving for inpatient treatment for 6-10 weeks. my sister will be taking over the blog in the meantime. i hope she can manage everything just as well. i will miss you all!

hahaha yeah ES’s sister hope you don’t screw this up too bad

oh and best of luck to ES (awkward cough)


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Apr 15, 2014
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personallyyoursrobyn:

Getting all warm and comfy in bed and realising you’ve forgotten to take your medication… Urgh.

(via epilepsysupport)


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Apr 15, 2014
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I missed the blood moon last night because I have to be in bed by 8 EST to be up in time for a job/class I don’t have.


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Apr 9, 2014
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I had a seizure last night.


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Apr 5, 2014
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March 26th…?