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I had what I initially thought was another seizure...

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posted on Apr, 3 2018 @ 09:48 PM
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While my kid is on spring break, we managed outside time, with the yo yo-ing weather making it hard to do. I brought out a comic book, kid went and did random kid things. At least she wasn't trying to pet the bees today. Yikes.

Anyways, keeping an eye on her and reading, I looked up at the sound of a car pulling out of the trailer park parking lot across the street. Only access to the lot. I made a note of where she was, she was in the middle of the yard continuing random kid things, went back to reading the comic.

About a minute later...

I looked up at the sound of a car pulling out of the trailer park... and it was the same exact one. I didn't hear it back up, or anything. It had pulled out, and left. Twice. I sat there, stared like a fool for a minute, and finally had to ask kid (she's 5)- "Did you see that car pull out twice?" Asking her something like this gets you all sorts of randomness, but she said it had happened. I decided it was just time to go back in..

This sort of stuff is starting to get damn creepy- especially when there are *witnesses*...




posted on Apr, 3 2018 @ 09:52 PM
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Maybe the person somehow went back and came out again. Just because you did not notice it doesn't mean it did not happen, is there another entrance to the parking lot? Maybe they forgot their phone or something. It doesn't sound like any seizure I ever experienced. I have no clue what you seem to be experiencing.



posted on Apr, 3 2018 @ 10:13 PM
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a reply to: wylekat

Deja Vu? Is this a large trailer park? Is it possible that it was simply two of the same model / color vehicle? I know the chances are slim, though..



posted on Apr, 3 2018 @ 10:28 PM
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originally posted by: rickymouse
Maybe the person somehow went back and came out again. Just because you did not notice it doesn't mean it did not happen, is there another entrance to the parking lot? Maybe they forgot their phone or something. It doesn't sound like any seizure I ever experienced. I have no clue what you seem to be experiencing.


I was keeping ears open watch, making sure she didn't wander to the road, or get tangled up with the dog next door- literally. It's a NICE dog, slobbers everyone to death, but she's a bulldog, and about as graceless as a dog can get. There isn't any other way in to the park. For some reason it's built on a triangle of land. The 'base' of it has a cul de sack.

As one who had beforehand had periods of just simply blanking out for about 10-30 seconds, this is a new experience for me. Plus, the similarity to the previous one threw me as well. The previous new seizure was a car coming down the street at us- twice. That time, it looked like a badly cut film, and actually made me sick and my head hurt.

I am really hoping that they did back up or something and this was some sort of optical illusion. It's just the similarity to that previous one that's making me worried.

That appointment on the 30th cannot get here fast enough.



posted on Apr, 3 2018 @ 10:28 PM
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originally posted by: rickymouse
Maybe the person somehow went back and came out again. Just because you did not notice it doesn't mean it did not happen, is there another entrance to the parking lot? Maybe they forgot their phone or something. It doesn't sound like any seizure I ever experienced. I have no clue what you seem to be experiencing.


I was keeping ears open watch, making sure she didn't wander to the road, or get tangled up with the dog next door- literally. It's a NICE dog, slobbers everyone to death, but she's a bulldog, and about as graceless as a dog can get. There isn't any other way in to the park. For some reason it's built on a triangle of land. The 'base' of it has a cul de sack.

As one who had beforehand had periods of just simply blanking out for about 10-30 seconds, this is a new experience for me. Plus, the similarity to the previous one threw me as well. The previous new seizure was a car coming down the street at us- twice. That time, it looked like a badly cut film, and actually made me sick and my head hurt.

I am really hoping that they did back up or something and this was some sort of optical illusion. It's just the similarity to that previous one that's making me worried.

That appointment on the 30th cannot get here fast enough.



posted on Apr, 3 2018 @ 10:44 PM
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Do you take any kind of meds ? I recently quit one that was making me have episodes audio and visual for brief moments, all random.



posted on Apr, 3 2018 @ 10:47 PM
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a reply to: wylekat

This place is weird.
What we always thought was reality, no longer 100% matches with what we observe.
Oddness abounds.

Perhaps we are stuck in a feedback loop?



posted on Apr, 3 2018 @ 10:47 PM
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No offense but you seem to have a LOT of threads with what appear to be audio and visual "phenomena"

Have you ever been diagnosed with anything?

You have also eluded to thoughts of suicide, paranoia , and extreme anger.

Have you thought about getting checked out for anything besides just seizures?
edit on 3-4-2018 by SailorJerry because: (no reason given)



posted on Apr, 3 2018 @ 11:06 PM
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a reply to: wylekat

More psychological anomalies.
Congratulations!

You are the most current winner
of the
Napolean IV Award!

Check it out Wendy : www.youtube.com...
edit on 3-4-2018 by Wildmanimal because: Stranger Link



posted on Apr, 3 2018 @ 11:14 PM
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a reply to: Plotus

Please assure me that the OP
is not currently a gun owner.




posted on Apr, 3 2018 @ 11:39 PM
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originally posted by: wylekat

originally posted by: rickymouse
Maybe the person somehow went back and came out again. Just because you did not notice it doesn't mean it did not happen, is there another entrance to the parking lot? Maybe they forgot their phone or something. It doesn't sound like any seizure I ever experienced. I have no clue what you seem to be experiencing.


I was keeping ears open watch, making sure she didn't wander to the road, or get tangled up with the dog next door- literally. It's a NICE dog, slobbers everyone to death, but she's a bulldog, and about as graceless as a dog can get. There isn't any other way in to the park. For some reason it's built on a triangle of land. The 'base' of it has a cul de sack.

As one who had beforehand had periods of just simply blanking out for about 10-30 seconds, this is a new experience for me. Plus, the similarity to the previous one threw me as well. The previous new seizure was a car coming down the street at us- twice. That time, it looked like a badly cut film, and actually made me sick and my head hurt.

I am really hoping that they did back up or something and this was some sort of optical illusion. It's just the similarity to that previous one that's making me worried.

That appointment on the 30th cannot get here fast enough.


Maybe you're experiencing a short blackout and during the blackout you are experiencing a repeat of the last minute sort of as a dream. When I was on the epilepsy meds I would get periods where I couldn't remember and then I would awaken. During that time I screwed up things, like pulling the heater switch out of my daughters blazer, I pulled it part way out and saw twenty vaccum lines, then I awoke with the heater switch assembly line in my hand, all of the vaccuum lines had been taken off. Oh what a mess, nothing was marked at all, it took me two hours to put it back in connecting all the vaccuum lines and electrical connections. My subconscious was keeping me going. I wonder if people sometimes are naturally like that. I actually see people do things like that quite often, then they go out and buy a new thing or pay someone to fix it.



posted on Apr, 3 2018 @ 11:40 PM
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You're like Billy Pilgrim...unstuck in time.
Happens to the best of us.



posted on Apr, 4 2018 @ 02:02 AM
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a reply to: wylekat

Well, you're a member of ATS. No way you can be normal.



posted on Apr, 4 2018 @ 08:13 AM
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originally posted by: Plotus
Do you take any kind of meds ? I recently quit one that was making me have episodes audio and visual for brief moments, all random.

I was taking keppra, but it was making me sleep so much, I couldn't continue it.



posted on Apr, 4 2018 @ 08:16 AM
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originally posted by: SailorJerry
No offense but you seem to have a LOT of threads with what appear to be audio and visual "phenomena"

Have you ever been diagnosed with anything?

You have also eluded to thoughts of suicide, paranoia , and extreme anger.

Have you thought about getting checked out for anything besides just seizures?


The MRI, and everything is 'normal', according to the test results. I do not understand that one bit. I should at least have some denting from everything I have been through- even at least 3 concussions.



posted on Apr, 4 2018 @ 08:18 AM
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a reply to: rickymouse

I'm getting worried and tired of it. I cannot trust my senses, or my perception of anything. And the doctors are right next to USELESS!



posted on Apr, 4 2018 @ 09:55 AM
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originally posted by: wylekat
a reply to: rickymouse

I'm getting worried and tired of it. I cannot trust my senses, or my perception of anything. And the doctors are right next to USELESS!


If it is a mild form of epilepsy, I know foods that can control that pretty well. I cannot take the medicines they tried on me, all five classes. I know now why they did not work. I have to mix chemistries that control seizures or I wind up with some of the same problems as the medicines if I utilize just one chemistry. I guess my body does not break them down well and this causes health problems if taken everyday.

I would love it if I could just take a pill, but I can't. Some people can and I am happy for them. I was forced to learn how to control it with diet, The foods actually are the basis of the medicines that they use to control epilepsy.

Have you been put on any epileptic meds yet? If you had a problem with one because of a lacking enzyme, you may be able to take a different one. I actually did good for a month with them till I started to get too much in my system then my seizures actually increased or I lost my short term memory and without short term memory you can't do much. My neurologist tried five times and there were a lot of notable side effects and she said she didn't want to kill me because of the bad side effects I was having. I understand. Until I got my genetics done, I could not figure out why this was happening, then looking at family history and discussing things with relatives, I was able to figure out some epigenetic factors that caused the problem. I guess many far Northern Europeans have genetics similar to me and they are intolerant to anti-epileptics and anti-psychotics. Maybe a small dose, a tenth of what I was prescribed, would have worked properly since I cannot break down and secrete these chemistries well.

Don't let what I say scare you, go see a neurologist about this. You would need a specialist with this. Some anti-epileptics contain anti-psychotic chemistry and some anti-psychotics reduce epileptic problems.

I usually use cabbage chemistry in soups made with soup bones or whole chickens to control my epilepsy, I always need homemade soup on hand. I can use asparagus chemistry too, and some potato chemistry is cycled in for moderation. Meat and fat chemistry also helps and so does taurine and NAC supplements, but those two supplements do not take care of all my seizure problems. At the coops they have bone broth, both chicken and beef, that seems to work all right for a base for foods, but I can buy a whole chicken for the same price as the broth, then boil the bones with onions and cabbage to make my own broth, making boneless chicken out of the rest for the wife and I to eat for dinner.

Pills are easier if you can take them. The thing about the special soups, they calm a person and make them think better, they actually have anti-psychotic and anticancer properties if made correctly.



posted on Apr, 4 2018 @ 09:03 PM
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a reply to: rickymouse

Have you been put on any epileptic meds yet? If you had a problem with one because of a lacking enzyme, you may be able to take a different one.

Th doctor prescribed keppra, because he was just *lost*, and admitted he had no idea. I do see the neurologist on the 30th, and boy is he gonna have some explaining to do. The keppra made me sleep. A LOT. I half expected to wake up and find out kid was in college at the rate I was going.


I am going to have to try the soups and such. I am also going to try some kratom, and see what that does (besides indigestion- took a largish dose).




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