I had seizures growing up but.... went undiagnosed! They were simple partial seizures(nothing simple about them but I did not name them)My first grandmal seizures brought on the diagnosis and have continued to worsen.I am now 32 years old and do not have panic disorder and so many of the other things that I have been diagnosed with but have epilepsy. From the many misdiagnosis I still sometimes feel like I have been misdiagnosed with my seizures until my boyfriend witnesses the grandmals.Well I had 2 last weds. night and since then the partial seizures have been constant.I do not even feel like myself. It makes me feel icky and there is no other word to describe it.I am looking to find someone that has away with words to describe how they feel with partial seizures.I know when I am asked I have A very difficult time explaining. Alot of the difficulty comes from lack of understanding from others and fear of people not believing me. This is a huge mental strain and just looking for a seizurific friend. As much as I love my family and friends, someone who wont say "did you call the dr.?" "did you take your meds?" you know the things that are important when you feel like you are stable minded to deal with. Now all I feel up to is being alone as I need re-couping time only to never know when it will return!! I just want to find someone to chat with Thanks wendy lou
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