Good luck to Richard in finding the cause and a preventative.
That's tough. Hope recovery is as quick as possible.
Richard had a seizure?Maybe he's a superhero....he's tall enough....
well, dang,Sort of bad news/good news.
I'm sorry Lee but who is Richard? Your son? A seizure?Ruined your plans?Thats a little callous and harsh isn't it? Thats terrible Lee but I guess you have to find some humour in life's dramas.I tend to look at the art in the hospital, helps me cope.I hope he will be OK. ♡
I dont know who Richard is however if there is a magic fairy here is my wishI wish that everyone in hospital gets home soon. The place where they make people better can feel bewildering. Best wishes Blu
Hope he gets better soon.My thoughts are with your family.
Oh, what the same place twice? Photos quite shocking.http://eyesinkaleidoscope.blogspot.com/ http://fymtyh.blogspot.com/
Who is Richard? We're guessing he's your son. Do hope he's ok. Please let us know xx
WHO is Richard?!! No one deserves to be in a Hospital!!! :(
I remember that you posted about his first seizure, months ago.Hope the doctors can supply answers this time.
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Yes, folks, Richard is Lee's son. Lee, here's hoping the docs can figure something useful out this time.
That sucks. Happens again? Wishing that he'll get over it soon. Hugs to you guys.
perhaps twice will be all he has to suffer... were there any definitive answers this time?
Lee , I am sorry to hear about Richard. I too did not know he was your son , so this is more troubling.As a parent you just want to protect and stop all pain . One thing I will say is this - I have learnt over the years that if you do not like his doctor's or think they are doing enough - get a second opinion . Sometimes it ends up to be the best thing you have done! I personally know this to be true. Hugs.
That's a bugger. Hard not to worry... I guess Margaret will be doing that! After my son's EEG showed Temporal Lobe Epilepsy, the neurologist told us these stats: 1/3 patients cannot be controlled by meds, 1/3 will 'grow out of it' and 1/3 will remain on meds for life. The odds looked pretty bad to me... but so far the meds are controlling it well. Now, just to hope he grows out of it... Hope Richard's EEG goes ok, or at least gives you some solid answers. HATE not knowing.
Sorry to hear that Lee. Hope things improve.
Hope Richard is doing better now!
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