I am freaking out. I have had this condition all my life, didn't get a diagnosis until I had a grand mal during my pregnancy with my now 23 year old daughter, then had another one less than a year later. Otherwise I have temporal lobe seizures regularly, they don't bother me so much, I am not on medication because it messed me up so bad I decided just to not take it. That has worked for the last 22 years. But this morning I woke up wet, had urinated in the bed, and have a badly bitten tongue on both sides. It took me awhile to figure out what had happened. Any one else have such a long wait? I have no health insurance, thus will not be going to the doctor. Any reassurance out there? Thanks!
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