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Old 10-25-2008, 05:10 PM   #1
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Difference btwn sps and anxiety/stress

i have been having these weird feelings, where it feels like i am about to have a sz and i have to try and talk myself out of it. i keep repeating in my head "dont have a sz" over and over. i normally have tcs but i havent had one in 2 yrs but i was wondering if these were simple partial szs. sometimes before my grand mals i would get warnings and other times i wouldnt. my warnings included mainly fear, other times i would try to cry out for help but nothing came out. lately though i am just having these instances where it feels like im going to have a gm, i never do though. its like once a wk or so. so any insight you can give on whether you think these are sps or what yours are like would be awesome! thanks.

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Old 10-25-2008, 10:46 PM   #2
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Re: Difference btwn sps and anxiety/stress

Hi There.
I have had Grand Mals b4. My symptoms are usually an out-of-body like experience and I feel the left side of my body go numb.
I, also can not say anything, even though I know that I want to.
Some of your symptoms sound familiar.
Have you been to the Dr.?

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