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Old 04-06-2012, 05:57 PM
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ablation


is neurologist ablation surgery done in the USA?
radio frequency ablation?
I have a recurring regarding fear as to what hospitals do to me while I'm out of it during a seizure.
it's as though a particualr seizure incident just flipped off a switch for "life" and turned everything into contrived nonsense like a tacky movie.
I don't get it anymore.
It makes it even harder for me to be socially interactive without having a skeptical view of pretty much everything. Even voices in my head at home alone. Even on this website.
I can't take it anymore
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Old 04-06-2012, 08:57 PM
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No hospital is going to perform surgery on you without your permission and several rounds of testing to ensure the surgery would be helpful/successful.
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