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Owlstoe

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What are your seizures like when you experience them? And what are you diagnosed with/what causes the seizures? I was diagnosed with pseudo-seizures 4-6 years ago but haven’t had any treatment. Because they’re stress related I was told my only option was stress management through therapy. But I’m not 100% sure I was diagnosed properly and am working on getting a referral to a neurologist. My most recent one I was conscious for the whole thing. My body was very heavy and it was hard to hold my head up. I couldn’t speak or move and my eyes fluttered. It lasted for about 10 minutes.

    • Stump

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      What causes my seizures is head trauma and brain damage due to an accident. I lose time blackout but when I come too I know what happened

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One person described their seizures as either sudden, causing them to collapse and become lifeless with eye fluttering, lasting for 30 seconds to 2 minutes, or as episodes where they are conscious but unable to move or speak, feeling trapped and scared, with their eyes fluttering, lasting for 10-20 minutes. They were diagnosed with pseudoseizures, which are stress-related and not due to epilepsy.

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