About My Epilepsy

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Episode 0011
About My Epilepsy

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It's like a prison whenever I'm depressed.

Blogger Rejected92
Date Posted May 10th, 2007
URL youtube.com
Description I talk a little more about the epilepsy
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YouTube Tags rejected92 epilepsy scared needles
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About My Epilepsy is the eleventh video in the Rejected92 video series.


Alana: So I'm disabled. Um, I find the depression is what's disabling. It's like a prison whenever I'm depressed. It's horrible. Um, really horrible. They don't know what causes my seizures. I went to the hospital twice to find out if I'm a candidate for the brain surgery. And I chickened out both times of having the seizures because I'm so scared of the after-effects... what it does to me. I don't like going through that. It takes forever... forever to actually get back to where I feel can survive. Um, so I chickened out both times. So I never really found out the cause or if I'm a candidate for the surgery. But I did find out that I have ???, not Huntington's. I chickened out of finding out two other movement disorders they thought I had, because when they mentioned needles, that they were going to draw some blood. I think they were doing that to try and provoke a seizure as well. But that made me say, "Okay, I've gotta get out of here." And so I left. And um, so. I'm a chicken. And I'll always... I have dreams all the time where I'm in the Epilepsy Center. It's like a thing I didn't finish that should have been finished. And so, that's on my mind a whole lot.