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    OT: finally
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    hula_dancer73 posted:
    aloha,

    I finally got the last cast off for good.

    talked to the PA and he said the x-rays looked good and that I did NOT need another cast of ANY kind.

    sent me away with just a post-op splint an when I got back to my mom's house i was allowed to take it off. Looked alot better than when I got the first cast on 8 weeks ago.

    I fly back to Hawi'i tomorrow on the red-eye early in the morning at 3 am PDT.

    Thank you for your support in all this, it was hard to deal with having to fly back and forth from HI to PHX so I could get it checked out and cast changed and checked.

    Mahola,

    Nancy
    I live on O'ahu in West Honolulu-GO UH Warriors!
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    dancer86442 responded:
    Glad to hear your out of the cast. Now, all ya need to do is figure out what is triggering your new seizure Type. Another New Type I will need to do homework on. Have you done any Research about them? If so, would you put a Link in our Resources for Others' to Learn, also? Hugs! Love Candi
     
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    hula_dancer73 replied to dancer86442's response:
    it is not in books it is what the doc told me iin person. so I do ot have a link nad would not know how to even put one up there.

    I tried to but it would not let me even get passed that part so i could'n put one up there if I had one.

    IT is a tru sz type. He did say it can take hrs to geet rid of it.

    It is just a nasty one.

    Why do I haveto ahve a second type.

    I could have just have lived with my CPSs now I ahveto deal with this.

    Nancy
    I live on O'ahu in West Honolulu-GO UH Warriors!
     
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    dancer86442 replied to hula_dancer73's response:
    Nancy, I found Lots of Info/articles about this type of Epilepsy! Wikipedia, ncbi.gov listed in Weblinks for Epilepsy Those articles & new-medical.net say it is a Symptom of seizures. Not a Seizure Type! Quote: In some cases, the full onset of a seizure event is preceded by 'strange sensations' such as you experienced. It is Known as vertigenious Epilepsy, though. Another Fancy name for Auras from what I read.

    Love Candi
     
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    hula_dancer73 replied to dancer86442's response:
    so it is a real thing and they were write about this and not wrong.

    I had this again this morning and had to swipe my self wuth that stupid magnet and after 1 hr it went away.

    Another aord I have I haveto watch it during the 3 weeks I am gone.

    I am glad they found it, but they are still not sending me home yet for some reason. I had the they were wanting and still here I sit and/lay strapped (they do that for every body do they don't fall out of the bed)

    I don't know what they are waiting for.

    nancy
    I live on O'ahu in West Honolulu-GO UH Warriors!


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