Say Whaaat?

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  1. Kristen says:

    I am still saying “Say What??” My head feels like it may implode at times when I am trying to self diagnosis Keira. Nice simple explanation of something more complicated than people realize.

    ps: Who has time for Cocktail parties? lol

  2. A Lenox says:

    I like this explanation except.. that aura of knowing ‘a seizure is coming’ is itself a seizure (simple partial in older terminology) and one can have those without more seizures following. My child has simple and complex partials and I find most people assume tonic-clonics or absence when one mentions seizures.

    • Oh thank-you for this clarification. I’m still constantly learning as all I really see are my son’s seizures and am trying to help people understand that they present in many ways.

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