Bio: My name is Kirsty and I'm an epileptic. Not politically correct to say that anymore, but there you go....Having epilepsy has shaped many aspects of my life and taught me many lessons, but it has never and will never define me. I always suspected this blog would morph over time to include aspects of my life that aren't necessarily directly connected to having epilepsy. What I didn't anticipate was being diagnosed with MS in 2017...so please forgive me... I apologise in advance for spelling and grammatical sins....words are from the heart, not a textbook... Feel free to drop me a note if you have questions or comments... K

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  1. Epilepsy is definitely not to define a person, it is only something that is a part of a person. Epilepsy in a person’s lift can also have a way offering a different gift. I feel it is an encouragement to meet others who have epilepsy and do not allow it to define them. Great job! Keep on going =)


    • Hi Jeffrey. Sorry it’s taken me so long to reply. Yes, I do. Brutal is the word. Over the years I’ve found that rehydration is key, for me, at helping to lessen the headaches and shorten them. I’m often sleeping for up to 24 hours after a seizure and that doesn’t help with the headaches. So, I guzzle water and sometimes take a rehydration remedy to help.
      Have you found anything that helps you?


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