No, I was! Make a decent post? That was after I could move. I think it took about two hours. Maybe longer?
I wasn’t completely paralyzed. But Todd’s paresis can be a weakening to any degree, right up to complete paralysis. It occurs in the area of the body affected after a seizure. I’ve been all the way from some minor loss of motor control for a short period, right up to total paralysis for a few hours.
But I was gonna write a post. I have ideas for them. Even a good one after what happened today?
Another seizure while waiting for the Accessible Transit to arrive! That’s TWO TIMES now. I do not want this to become a pattern. I mean, what gives?
It was a full body explosion, too! I was really going! Hence the Todd’s being pretty bad. Coming home, I was walking so slowly, my feet were all twisted inward, my legs were so heavy, you could hear my footsteps as stomps!
So, inside, lie down on the bed, dope myself up, try not to think and relax (some good music for that?) But I found it SO hard to move! Then, I thought, let’s try to make that post. Wow! I could actually sit up! The Todd’s was affecting me from the neck down, but as it descended it got worse. My legs were a mess. Now, shall we try
crawling walking to the bathroom? I was consuming immense quantities of water as Gravol can really dehydrate you.
So here I am, making a post about not making the post I was going to post, because of what prevented that post from being posted. Just so you know, the post that should have been posted and not have been replaced by this post, was about how my epilepsy has affected me. And no. Not how it makes me sick. About my life.
And no. It probably wouldn’t have been written in ridiculous run on sentences, interspersed with others of only a few words. I’m just doing that here because I think it’s funny. You may not.
But it took me over an hour to respond to two people. At least that must mean my vision is coming back somewhat? However, the Todd’s is still hanging on! My walking is pretty disastrous.