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I hate these siezures!!!

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Unread 04-28-2012, 10:37 PM   #1
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Please, pray for me thar, they stop???????

Thank you so much!!!

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Unread 04-29-2012, 11:24 AM   #2
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Please, pray for me thar, they stop???????

Thank you so much!!!

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My thoughts and prayers are with you at a time like this. Just take one day at a time. I have had epilepsy ever since I was 10. Believe I took it one day at a time and at this time I am under control. Again my prayers are with you.

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They're not really calling it, "Epilepsy", since, I've only, had a couple
and this whole mess begab, over, a very severe UTI. Thing is, I did, have
a siezure when I was nine, but nonthing, since then! Then, a couple of
months, ago, they started coming on, again, with a vengeance!
Strange!!

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Unread 04-30-2012, 06:25 AM   #5
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If you used Cipro or Levaquin or another fluoroquinolone for that
UTI... the seizure could be from the drug.

Fluoroquinolones can cause nerve toxicity, and seizures.
There is a book about this, called Bitter Pills, by Stephen Fried.
His wife had a seizure (and the disorder became permanent) from ONE dose of Floxin. The book is a real eye opener!

http://www.stephenfried.com/bitter-p...pillsbook.html

http://www.stephenfried.com/bitter-p...book_chp1.html
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