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I don't have SZ - true story with science-based results NOT A HOAX


#1

A few days ago, I suffered a grand mal seizure. Went to the neurologist today, and he said my “hallucinations” and “delusions” were coming from a misfiring temporal lobe, as evidenced by the EEG. I feel like I’ve been let out of prison early. I’ll have to take 1000mg of Depakote for the future, but I am OVERJOYED to have this monkey off my back!!!


#2

Congratulations. Lucky dog!!


#3

happy for you alien 99


#4

The temporal lobe is a dangerous place to have a dysfunction, it can make a minute feel like an hour or an hour feel like a minute. As of right now I’d rather of sz;


#5

Apparently, in a nut shell, delta waves become screwy and can interfere with a person’s interpretation of reality. My seizure reset that.


#6

I’m SO happy for you to have finally gotten clarity and a correct dx! I had a feeling it was temporal lobe related.

Now you can move on with your life without questioning your own sanity. And more importantly, not having others doubt your sanity.

I hope you get the seizures under control very quickly and prosper in your daily activities and work! GREAT NEWS!

Many Blessings,

Anthony


#7

Thank you Anthony! Just out of curiosity, what made you think it was a temporal distrubance? Not mad, just curious. :smiley:


#8

It made me suspect temporal lobe dysfxn because I’ve seen it in a few patients who also suffered from seizures plus hallucinations, and were misdiagnosed as having schizophrenia. And from what you’ve described to me, it didn’t sound very much like classic schizophrenia.

I know having seizures is no walk in the park, but I hope you’ll find your life just got a little bit easier :slight_smile:

Blessings,

Anthony


#9

Thank you Anthony! It will be a real treat to get rid of these pesky voices. If I have ti take 2 Depakote a day, so be it! You’ve helped perk my spirits this morning. :smiley: