Epilepsy surgery.

Belinda5000

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surgery doesn't work for everyone had sz's 44yrs.

I had brain surgery in 1982 my seizures decreased but than as I got older they increased.
My husband had surgery in 1972 he hasn't had another seizure since.
He was one of the lucky ones.







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Hi Belinda

Isn't it weird how it works for some of us and not others. My first surgery in Sept 2000 left me seizure free for 5 wonderful years, not even an aura!! I had my second surgery June 26th 2008, and I was ok for about ten days, then I started having the auras, I can honestly say, that I could deal with epilepsy if it wasn't for the auras, do you have them? Please tell me what happens if you do, I am fascinated by the human brain, and by people's different experiences of epilepsy and auras etc. Also I am writing a book on my experiences so it would be great to hear from you.

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Elaine x
 

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Elaine,
after I had my surgery my seizures decreased but didn't stop.
My auras stopped when I started taking Clonazepam.
They started back like 6 months ago every blue moon I might have one.

Belinda:ponder:
 
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