Aura's without seizures, more frequent or less on meds?

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Don't feel bad hun it happens all the time!! It's funny how conversation can change multiple times just in one thread, nothing to worry about. I just didn't want to post anything specifically for you, better that it's on its own and then we can talk about it in there! :)
 
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The best way I can describe aura's I've had in the past would be like how you feel when you get morphine for pain in the IV & I've had it and if anyone's ever had that, you know what I mean.

First time in hospital, after waking from surgery, I didn't ask for pain killers for the first 12 hours after waking, I just wanted to be awake, knowing I was alive and made it through surgery but when I did ask for pain killers, they gave me morphine for pain and good thing I couldn't walk cause it made my vision "literally" bounce. Felt like someone had taken my eyeballs out and shook them up and put them back in. lol

I felt no pain but the instant reaction was intense and very weird
 
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