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    Siezure injury
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    An_239936 posted:
    I am a 45 year old male who has epilepsy. Unfortunately two days ago I had a siezure and bit my tongue. Its been a struggle to talk or even eat. Can anyone give me any tips on speeding up the healing process? I want to get back to my old self and talk to my wife and four year old! Any help would be appreciated!
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    Amelia_WebMD_Staff responded:
    Welcome to the community!

    I'm so sorry to hear about your seizure and concerns. This would be a great question to post in our WebMD Epilepsy Community for member feedback from others who are going through similar situations.

    Please don't hesitate to post your questions and concerns as well as contact your doctor for more helpful and experienced information.

    Take care!
    Amelia


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