As a teenager I began experiencing absence seizures. These were rare and had very little effect on my life. My friends knew nothing about them and I grew up happy and healthy. After college the absence seizures began to increase, as did my medication. When I met my husband a year or so after college, I informed him of these seizures but never considered it an actual warning, just information regarding my health. Little did I know, a few years later, approximately 15 years ago, I began having Tonic Clonic (Grand Mal) seizures and my life, as well as my husbands, changed forever.
I’ve been dealing with Epilepsy for approximately 20 years (since my 20’s) but recently had the RNS Responsive Neurostimulation implant and have high hopes! View all posts by seizurecircle