Taking meds having surgeries doing what the neuros say.

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   Posted 9/14/2007 3:11 AM (GMT -7)   
It just doesn't seem to matter with me seizure wise.

Than I'm told on one board too accept I have sz's.
I accepted that long ago.
Is there anything wrong with wanting to find a drug or two that might stop your seizures after 40t yrs?

I would just like a normal life be able to drive and work.

(a) abort (b)fail (c)retry (d)Throw computer against wall

southern and proud of it.

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   Posted 9/15/2007 2:40 AM (GMT -7)   
There is nothing wrong in wanting control over your seizures... in fact I applaude the effort that you want to make, where some people just give up and then spend ages complaining. I was diagnosed in 2000 and have been on Carbamazipine since my first seizure. (I was lucky that they found the right med, first time!)
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