Posted by Terry Parker Jr.
on February 18, 2000 at 03:12:19:
In Reply to: life after surgery posted by Marie on January 12, 2000 at 23:58:32:
: My husband had epilepsy surgery one year ago. The results were not exactly what we had hoped.
: He now is on more medication than ever before and is having a combination of complex partial and
: secondarily genralized seizures. We are both frustrated. Has anyone had a second surgery?
: Has anyone been on depakote and lamictal together? Has anyone received the vagal nerve stimulator?
: How did your seizures change after surgery? Does anyone have an epilepsy specialist in Arizona that
: you are pleased with? We appreciate all responses. Thank you for your time
I too, have underwent surgery for epilepsy,
at 14 and 16 years of age(Dec.9,1969&Jan.27,1972)
I experience more seizures, more powerful awful feeling prodrome,more medication. Reason? Over the years, I have been able to learn, that the surgery I underwent, was not neurosurgery. Rather, unauthorized psychosurgery. A form of psychiatric brain mutilation to alter behavior and/or emotion. That powerful pain along the Incision which I have been experiencing since 1970, turns out to be cerebral hemmorraging. A adverse effect of psychosurgery. I would imagine that doctors motive would stem from the 6 billion
dollars put out by the Law Enforcement Assisstance
Administration for psychosurgical research.
Right now I am focusing on Dr. Harold Hoffman of the Toronto Hospital for Sick Children, who uses "scar Tissue" as a bogus excuse to carry out his psychosurgical research. May want to question if your husband has been subjected to unauthorized
psychosurgical experimentation. As for his present seizures, marijuana is extremely effective, even for post psychosurgical seizure
disorder which I suspect your husband is suffering. Life has taught me, you cannot trust Neurosurgeons. Be careful,remember, a joint in front of me, is better than a lobotomy.
Don't worry, pot is God's medicine.
Take care, Terry Parker Jr. Toronto.