posted on Jan, 2 2017 @ 11:17 AM
originally posted by: tigertatzen
a reply to: RAY1990
Not sure what an "epileptic fit" is supposed to be, but people having actual seizures don't go around shouting about anything. They're typically too
busy having a seizure at the time. Grunting, yes. Moaning, yes. Every muscle in their body contracting at once, yes. Talking about anything, much less
shouting, no. I'd say BS is the most likely explanation.
She has seizures or "fits" I don't see much of an issue withy terminology.
They last usually 20 minutes but can go anywhere up to a few hours, she has convulsions. I should know I had to carry and restrain her.
Maybe I could have explained it better... Here:
She has an indication (some do) that she is going to have a fit, when the fit strikes it's akin to a stroke. A slow loss of consciousness, her pupils
dilate and her eyes remain (usually) open, she is partially responsive though this is depending upon how bad the fit is and where she is in terms of
stage in relation to said fit.
When she has brief moments of control she repeats (the falling the stars are falling) and she occasionally calls out her partners name or names of
close family members.
She is not sitting their convulsing and channeling, she only has moments of ease to be able to slur and/or move, usually in order to get help or be
moved into a safer position.
All the talking of the other side or "channeling" if you will was done AFTER the fit, considering I just watched her have seizures for nearly 2 hours
I hardly expect her to be able to think of elaborate stories, though of course I have explored the possibility in my mind.
Again, she isn't "channeling" whilst having a fit. She can manage brief words and these are usually calls for help or shouting about stars falling.
The stars falling is usually followed by what appears to be more distress.
Hope this clears things up.
I find it highly improbable that you know about seizures and never heard of an epileptic fit...
edit on 2-1-2017 by RAY1990 because: More to