I had noticed a few post that said to roll the person over on their side, etc. So I went to the Epilepsy Foundation to see what their recommendations are and now I'm confused because two of the recommendation can get me or someone else hurt. I know that we are all have different type seizures so this is for Grand Mals. I've had apx. 30 seizures, in all but one seizure I was left alone during the fit and never bit my tounge or cheek, the one time I was turned on my side I severly bit my tounge and cheek. Second issue is that a person having a grand mal does not normally need a ambulance and can function on their own after the seizure. Yes I can function after the seizure but I'm not really there and if I do not get taken to the hospitial were i can be controlled or in the care of my wife I may hit you if you touch me and if I'm near my car I will drive, last time I did that I turned around on a divided highway and drove the wrong way and hit someone head on. Maybe this is me venting or I'm one in a million case or I don't konw?? My directions to family, freinds and co-workers is to leave me alone, clear away stuff from around me and call a ambulance.
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