I also have epilepsy , currently controlled with medication . I feel your pain ! I'm just ready to have them here healthy and in my arms . I hope they don't have epilepsy like I do . I got it from my dad , and it got really bad a few years ago when I was in a wreck and went thru the windshield . I had head trama and recovered well only to start having seizures everyday until I found the right medicine
I'm delivering my 2 boys on Wednesday. This entire pregnancy has been difficult and painful. Im 35+4 weeks. I'm not going to lie the further you get the more pain you will experience. Very very difficult.i felt done at 20 weeks lol. My belly is HUGE
They have me on gabapentin and keppra . today has been byfar the worst . I would have swore I was in labor ! I can't take it either . obviously I have no choice and I love my girls already but this is sooo hard !
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