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IAmTired247

518d

So, I had a weird thing happen. I was coming out of a seizure and started talking. I thought I was talking normally but apparently I was stopping and clicking my lips/tongue and then starting a sentence again. Is this normal for a seizure? I'm just a bit concerned is all. I recorded a video for TikTok (for a different reason), that's why I knew I was talking funny. I can easily share it if I didn't explain well enough.

    • coffeencigarettes

      518d

      I haven't had a pseudoseizure since 2013 but from what I remember of it, I want to say that's normal? From what I know, after coming back from my seizure, I seemed to be speaking normally. I did just skim the internet really quick though and focal seizures tend to trigger the abnormal speech so maybe it was one of those?

      • IAmTired247

        518d

        @coffeencigarettes well I am diagnosed with general seizures. My doctor didn't say which one, just said general seizures. I've only been diagnosed for 2 months but have been dealing with these things for almost a year. They've been getting worse each year. I just wanted to get insight on each type of seizure but can only add 4 tags per post.

        • coffeencigarettes

          517d

          @IAmTired247 Yeah I noticed that. It kinda sucks. 😥 Hopefully someone else can help point you in the right direction with what's going on. I know I wasn't very helpful.

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