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NijaXarXar

807d

Does anyone get a feeling like you're staring out and everything gets fuzzy. Ex. I'll be sitting on the couch looking at something and my eyes wont focus, my eyes feel like when you go to the eye doctor and they put in all the drops that make your eyes dilated. It lasts about 30 minutes or less and then everything comes back into focus. I'm not sure what type of seizure this would be? I mentioned to my doctor about this and they said a new EEG is needed, that's fine. I do have epilepsy, but I just want to know if anyone else gets these too? I know it's not psychological, bc I'm never stressed or worked up when these happen.

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    • NijaXarXar

      676d

      Thanks all! I went to my doctor and they told me they didn't think I even had epilepsy, but in ALL my records it says I have it. I think the doctor was just not a great doctor.

    • NijaXarXar

      676d

      Thanks all! I went to my doctor and they told me they didn't think I even had epilepsy, but in ALL my records it says I have it. I think the doctor was just not a great doctor.

    • colorfulcrouton

      790d

      Yes! I get these a few times a da but they usually only last several seconds before I snap out of it? I dont know if its a seizure or not. My doctor says it may be absence seizures but cant confirm since i realize its happening

      • strugglebus

        776d

        @colorfulcrouton I have absent seizures, you described mine. You can be completely aware during a seizure. Always remember, everyone's seizures are different

        • colorfulcrouton

          776d

          @strugglebus so how do you know its absence seizures, what you and I have

    • strugglebus

      801d

      It might be an absent seizure Or a myoclonic seizure. I have juvenile myoclonic epilepsy and I have experienced all kinds of seizures, but they didn't really need to test for it once I was diagnosed with epilepsy. I just told them my weird experiences and I was diagnosed and they've stopped. Sometimes my body moved slower than my brain thought.

    • clover54

      805d

      I can't remember what type of seizure that is, but I get it too. it's masked itself as dissociation for a long while.

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