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Has Anyone Else Been Told During Absence Seizure You've Been Talking To Yourself?
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Because my dad told me I was at the top of the stairs talking to myself but what I was saying was worded like having a conversation with myself

posted September 23, 2021 (edited)
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A MyEpilepsyTeam Member

I’ve had those. I’d repeat myself over and over . I’d say things like “ no no. “ Or “ I’m alright , I’m alright “

posted March 10
A MyEpilepsyTeam Member

I'm actually comfortable on a stage. I'm not exactly sure why I think it was a lot of public speaking in college. And I love being able to preach the word

posted January 28
A MyEpilepsyTeam Member

I hate when i have these types of seizures. I have complex partial, simple partial, grand mal, and occipital lobe seizures. But when im talking to myself and doing weird things, people just think im weird they don’t know it’s a seizure so that makes me insecure

posted September 15, 2022
A MyEpilepsyTeam Member

I've been told in the past I've not made sense when l been talking during. what l thought might of been a complex partial. Not sure if that helps

posted March 15
A MyEpilepsyTeam Member

When was younger I had a seizure that lasted 5 days. I talked and respond as if was present, but I was out of It. My wife will tell me when I've had one and completely clueless. Eric Thom

posted March 15

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