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Driving

Driving

Do you guys drive?

A MyEpilepsyTeam Member said:

I been driving since 18, sz wont stop me from driving when I know when ones coming I pull over put in park and after 10 seconds its over and back to driving, drunks drive and when caught they are out back on the rd, so why not me, hell with that law

edited, originally posted almost 3 years ago
A MyEpilepsyTeam Member said:

Nathan I was the same as lie to get my license and besides none of the dam bussiness bout my health or life. when I was young a dr told mom I never be able to work, well I fooled them all. I worked at GM 30 yrs on assembly line and later became a electrician working with live wires as I know when a sz was comeing so I sit down and when driving i puller over put in park then 10 seconds back to doing what I was, now retired after 30 yrs still do electricial and 23 yrs sz free. Now good for you and keep driving as if people dont want you to take someone out anywhere then hell with them. Just take care of your family wife and kids and keep up what you like doing

posted 5 months ago
A MyEpilepsyTeam Member said:

I've been driving for several years and I don't let the fact that I have epilepsy come between me and something I enjoy doing,I believe for myself that epilepsy is an illness not a disease, and if I kept letting myself believe that it was a disability then I myself would become disabled, so I choose not to believe that it holds me down and I do what I will. Don't fear getting into accidents or might, just drive and enjoy the experience,I have driven all over the U.S. and I'm dam glad I did I saw a lot of beautiful smiles and beautiful places because I don't let the fear get in my way. Just drive and enjoy 😎

posted about 2 years ago
A MyEpilepsyTeam Member said:

I may or may not have
an avg. of #1 seizure
per year, but i don't drive either. I walk a certain distance, ev.
day. I walk across town to my Doc. Appoints. or anything
else. (Shopping!).
I do this because i
know this helps memory & physically.
I worked in Physical
Therapy for 30 yrs.
& i feel i try to do, what
I should do.

posted over 2 years ago
A MyEpilepsyTeam Member said:

Would it help, if someone else could go with you?
(I know somerimes that's pretty unlikely,
but maybe it would
help, when it
possibly!

posted over 2 years ago
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