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Date Joined Jul 2005
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   Posted 7/19/2005 1:07 AM (GMT -7)   
Ok Im a 15 year old girl whos dealing with having her 19 year old boyfriend who has epilepsy...We're separated by distance for some reasons and we talk regularly online. And hes been getting seizures while talking to me online and hes been scaring me lately. So I asked him about his medication and he said his doctor stopped it and well i do believe it then I dont...Maybe my boyfriend isn't taking his pills or they stopped it. Tonight he had a seizure and this one scared me because it was intense. But Im not there where he is to help him through this. How do i cope? What should i do? How do I deal with this? I love this guy soo much...hes the love of my life!

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Date Joined Sep 2004
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   Posted 7/19/2005 5:02 PM (GMT -7)   
It is so hard especially when you are separated by distance. It must be hard for you. Does he know what triggers his seizures? Maybe he needs one of those special computer screens. Alot of flickers in the monitors give people seizures. You are a great person to seek out this forum and ask questions. I am sure with your love and support you are helping him get threw this. Maybe he should get evaluated by a Neurologist and get back on his meds. Take care, Tracy

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