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Mirror21
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27 Jun 2013, 7:33 pm

Anyone ever experice these or heard about them?



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28 Jun 2013, 1:30 am

Mirror21 wrote:
Anyone ever experice these or heard about them?


Do you mean "seizure"?


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28 Jun 2013, 1:55 am

Mirror21 wrote:
Anyone ever experice these or heard about them?



I have had a seizure before its nothing like a meltdown

an absence seizure is kind of like a shutdown though



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01 Jul 2013, 5:34 pm

Sethno wrote:
Mirror21 wrote:
Anyone ever experice these or heard about them?


Do you mean "seizure"?


Yeap was typing in a hurry.

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I have had a seizure before its nothing like a meltdown

an absence seizure is kind of like a shutdown though


Its just like I used to suffer from these . . . fits? I don't think they where epilepsy related because I did not loose consciousness? But My body would tense (especially when very very upset or stimulated for example) I would shake uncontrollably, fists balled, eyes rolled to the back of my head. And I just CAN"T stop. Not until someome moves me and shakes and rubs me. Not as much now as I used to, especially with reduced stress levels. I was wondering if this was ASD related somehow.



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01 Jul 2013, 6:14 pm

that isnt epilepsy/seizures but it sounds like non epileptic attacks/conversion disorder, it is very common, its when stress/worry/anxiety ends up being expressed through physical or neurological symptoms.


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02 Jul 2013, 12:05 am

Thanks kingdom and btw love your user name rats are one of my fav mammas!