For 3 years now i have seizures. It looks like i am asleep but really I am seizing. My muscles clench and I black out. I also suffer from Cronic head pains. It feels like someone is stabbing my brain from the inside out. They last for a few mins to almost an hour. I also feel like water is falling down my head but there is nothing there.
I have been to numerous doctors and neuroglist that say I show really not signs of epilpsey. I have done CT scans, mri's, vertigo testing and still nothing. I NEED HELP. I cannot live like this. If i am with too many ppl, in a car driving, or even watching TV or looking at a computer, or even under floresent lights my head hurts and i will eventually seize. I just want answers and need to make it go away. Please i am begging, if anyone knows why this is happening please email me. All suggestions are helpful.
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