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post #11 of 13 Old 04-16-2012, 07:49 PM
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Laugh..I'm saying as someone who HAS seizures that YES, you can over look a seizure..It humans and animals.. There are different types of seizures. Not all cause jerking, drooling and such.. I have to have describe this more times than I can count. I have Absense Seizures, or Petite Mal Epilepsy.. When I have a seizure you can't tell I'm having one. It is just as if I am having a day dream. Only people who know what to look for will recognize it, When having a seizure all of my muscles tighten up, I blink, snap my fingers, and hold my breath..That's it.. After a seizure I can come right back out of it and comtinue doing whatever I'm doing...You can't put all seizures in one category.. Just because her horse wasn't showing many signs of a seizure does not mean her horse may not have had one..
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^^^ I only "liked" that for the last sentence...Not for the parts about you having seizure's.

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post #13 of 13 Old 04-16-2012, 08:23 PM
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^^^ I only "liked" that for the last sentence...Not for the parts about you having seizure's.
Lol Yeah right.. I'm kidding.. I was trying to type fast because my phone was dying so excuse all of my typos..

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