I don't really know much about photosensitive epilepsy, does anyone know what symptoms occur.
Hi Ellen I spoke to my mate and he got his sunglasses from a opticians when he had his eyes tested and they are tinted to keep the light down
I have this problem. I was actually at a family Christmas and went in to a seizure when it was picture time. Super embarrassing. I find that (if possible) it's best to just look or turn away from the flashing source. Sunglasses aren't always handy and look a bit silly inside but if you have them and need them they can help. Sometimes (if possible) letting the person know that you are photosensitive and asking them to stop or saying that you need to be excused can work. It really depends on the situation.
Thanks Tanya I'll make an appointment to see my optician and see if he can help. Thanks again.
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