Stress & Pain Seizures Morning all I posted a ways back about having the not real type of seizures . What I mean is I fall to the floor & (seem after 2 years having these) I was told I always have my seizures laying on my left side. I have done the ambulance ride to hospital a lot.... now I just stay home & have them & after the seizure I tend to be very cold & not in any pain. Not talking & can not open my eyes.. I feel wierd having them after because no one still knows why. Then 1 day I went to the emegency to see what was going on I was extremely light headed ( I never pass out ) felt head was very light .I got into the sign in area got called up right away & down I went I heard the emegency Dr say she is having stress & Pain seizures????????????? well that answered alot. I do have alot of pain. I have 4 chipped vertabrs from a car accident from when I was 19 a car hit the Passenger side of our vehicle where I was sitting & my head hit the window so fast & window broke I was knocked out. got ex rays found nothing & now back at 35 yrs old they found 2 upper chipped vertebra's & 2 lower which in return are chipped & cause nerve ending pain. I am 59 now & Dr want me to try anew med called gabapentin ( neurontin ) 300 mg to help with the pain .& I need to go in & have a whole spine ex ray today I am not to ever lift anything I have been by Dr called Dissabled for life to do not much of anything not even my gardening well with all the love here I know you & the good Lord will pull me through this Hugs to You all thank you for listening to me chatView Thread
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