Shelbie is in Cleveland Clinic right now. She is having a VEEG. She is having 3-5 szs a day, but she has had 10-15 a day. The reason why she is in CC is because her neuro doctor doesn't know how to help her. We are hoping the CC will find some answers. We found out today that she is most likly not a surgery canidate. I have now idea what to do know. I wanted her to be, so that they could take the bad part out of her brain. Now, I am not sure what to do. She can not live like this. How do people live with 10-15 a day? During school is when her szs were more active. She has problems with school. Her 8 yr old brother can read better than her. I am so lost right now, I have no idea what to do for her. i will see the doctor tomorrow. I am hoping to find more answers, but you guys are going through it like me. Please HELP!!!!!
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