Dealing with some anxiety from earlier today. I Had a couple instances of vertigo for the first time in years. One was this morning at the beach where I fell down on the strand and had to pull myself up via a short brick wall. When I got home, I walked straight through the front door and fell forward knocking down a chair a table and my laptop all laying in a heap with me on top. Fortunately nothing broke.

Not wanting to be a drama queen, I would love to just shake this off, but I was incurring these types of incidences during the same time I was having seizures. I hope, for whatever reasons these came back, that they quietly move on.

I really need a break.

  6 comments for “OOPS!

  1. April 27, 2013 at 03:42

    Ugh, that is no good, no fun! *leaves hugs*

  2. Shiva zymurgy
    April 26, 2013 at 19:08

    Sorry to hear about that. Its scary.

  3. April 26, 2013 at 18:03

    Oh no – that’s scary. Did you have enough to eat and drink? Maybe it’s dehydration after exercise on a warm day? Hopefully … Glad the weekend is coming up so that you’ll have someone nearby in case it happens again. Hugs.

    • April 26, 2013 at 18:08

      Well fed and saturated. Back when the vertigo was happening regularly, we never did find out why. Also, never found out why I was having seizures. They just vanished so the doctors never could say why.

      • April 26, 2013 at 19:02

        How scary…

        I had a few incidents where I passed out, had a seizure, and woke up in different places, after walking while blacked out. I think I talked about one of them when the YRUUs talked about scars … that was definitely the worst – woke up with a hole under my lip and cut under my chin – each time just standing during the day. Well fed and hydrated, and the docs never figured those out either. Fortunately they were each several years apart, so I didn’t have to deal with it on a frequent basis so that I got scared, and each time I knew when it was about to happen – my vision would just wash away and I’d collapse. So strange what our bodies can put us through ….

        I hope this was just a one off and you don’t have to deal with it frequently again. Or if you do, I hope this time they are able to figure it out…


      • April 26, 2013 at 20:16

        OMG, Alana, those must be horrifying. When I have a seizure it feels like I’ve blacked out for hours, however, they only last a few seconds.

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