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stormyheart

775d

when was your first seizure,were was it,do you remember anything before or after. my ex.The year was 2019 I was in the shower and seiz and I don't remember anything I was told my paramedics and my mom that I've seiz. is this normal for peoples first seizure

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    • smiley3

      751d

      The day I was born I was already having seizures, took my parents about 2 maybe 3 years to get someone to listen to them.

    • smiley3

      751d

      The day I was born I was already having seizures, took my parents about 2 maybe 3 years to get someone to listen to them.

    • strugglebus

      767d

      I was 16, just got done getting dressed for school (thank God), my mom thought I was having a heart attack because I always get chest pains. My grand mals, I completely lock up and flex all my muscles. I came in and out of consciousness I remember my floor and seeing the paramedics, being cold getting carried to the ambulance and complaining when they pricked my finger taking my blood sugar, but none of my tests in the hospital. Just my family visiting

    • Leejr

      770d

      Had a bunch as a baby but my mom didn’t know what it was at the time. Then, had a stroke in 2018, and was finally diagnosed with nocturnal Epilepsy and put on medication.

    • Periwinkle

      774d

      I don't remember anything when I have grand-mals but when I have small ones I remember everything. Like all seizures I've had, it sucks.

    • Periwinkle

      774d

      I had my first seizure in 2004. It wasn't a grand mal, but it progressed to the grand-mals after a few years.

    • XxZ420xX

      775d

      My first seizure I was three years old. I get the gran-mals

    • D3stiny

      775d

      Epilepsy is different for everyone. I had my first seizure when I was 8 years old. I had no memory of what happened after it, but a couple days later I would remember what I was doing before then. It’s really good to bring someone with you who has witnessed your seizures to your neurologist appointments 👍🏻

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