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I am very close to my dad, I was born on his birthday, we have a lot in common, anyway...
I'm going to be flying alone for the first time, I'm a little scared because my seizures have been pretty erratic lately, the stress of things going on doesn't seem to be helping. I have to buy a medic alert bracelet, need to hurry up and do that.
Anyway guys, just kind of wanted to get that off my chest and maybe hear some encouragement from anyone else who has flown solo when their seizures weren't exactly under control.
I've had complex partial and tonic clonic seizures for years. I also have the VNS, which now controls the tonic clonic's, but I still have a few complex partial's. I used to be married to a pilot, so used to travel all over the U.S. and several times overseas. Most of the times, I would be with my two children and meet my husband or family at the other end. Only one time did I have a complex partial in the restroom at the airport. I wear my Medic Alert bracelet.
A month ago, I flew to SFO from DEN by myself and everything was fine. Just give yourself plenty of time and get plenty of rest before your trip.
"The Golden Rule is that there are no golden rules."
~George Bernard Shaw
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wear your bracelet, do what works for you to stay relaxed and try not to worry
the friend that is the reason I'm here has never really been seizure-controlled, but he flies across country and across the border.
another friend who is well controlled flies around the world routinely.
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