WOULD YOU DATE SOMEONE WHO HAS SEIZURES

  • 7913p

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    Mar 06, 2014 10:10 PM GMT
    Would you date someone who has seizures? Comments Please
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    Mar 06, 2014 10:19 PM GMT
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    Mar 06, 2014 10:20 PM GMT
    Of course, there's not reason not too. I had a pretty bad one last year and have been on medication since, that's something that I would never want anyone to hold against me.
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    Mar 06, 2014 10:22 PM GMT
    blkapollo saidOf course, there's not reason not too. I had a pretty bad one last year and have been on medication since, that's something that I would never want anyone to hold against me.


    What about someone holding themselves against you?

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    Mar 06, 2014 10:23 PM GMT
    No matter what anyone as got you would date the person, not the illness, same with any other illnesses and or afflictions anyone may have. I worry about why would people date me due to my crap i suffer but to answer your question i wouldn't have a issue dating anyone suffering from them.
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    Mar 06, 2014 10:25 PM GMT
    When I was with my ex the fact I had fits/seizures did not affect anything.
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    Mar 06, 2014 10:27 PM GMT
    One of my exes had epilepsy.
    And, the problem was that he decided to stop taking his medication.
    One day, he was driving down the highway, with me as the passenger, when he said he didn't feel very well, and he asked me if I would drive. I said I would. We didn't get another mile down the highway before he had a seizure. Damn lucky he wasn't driving.

    So, would I date somebody who has seizures ?
    No.
    But, if they took their medication that prevents seizures, then I would.
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    Mar 06, 2014 10:33 PM GMT
    Webster666 saidOne of my exes had epilepsy.
    And, the problem was that he decided to stop taking his medication.
    One day, he was driving down the highway, with me as the passenger, when he said he didn't feel very well, and he asked me if I would drive. I said I would. We didn't get another mile down the highway before he had a seizure. Damn lucky he wasn't driving.

    So, would I date somebody who has seizures ?
    No.
    But, if they took their medication that prevents seizures, then I would.


    I take medication but it's not fool proof so would you date someone who was taking pills but still had the risk of a seizure?
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    Mar 06, 2014 11:14 PM GMT
    Thom1993 said
    I take medication but it's not fool proof so would you date someone who was taking pills but still had the risk of a seizure?

    My first partner had seizures. And so do I.

    I thought it was an ideal match. We each could recognize the onset of a seizure in the other. A seizure didn't scare us (nor should they scare anyone). We knew what to do (simple really, just safeguard the person until the seizure passes on its own). And we figured we were unlikely to both have seizures at the same moment, and we never did.
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    Mar 06, 2014 11:23 PM GMT
    it certainly wasn't an issue for me but then I don't have a seizure very often. If I had them more maybe it would have affected my (sorta) relationship but my experience its not a big deal and I certainly would date someone with epilepsy.
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    Mar 06, 2014 11:42 PM GMT
    meninlove said
    blkapollo saidOf course, there's not reason not too. I had a pretty bad one last year and have been on medication since, that's something that I would never want anyone to hold against me.


    What about someone holding themselves against you?

    OK, I just couldn't resist that one. icon_lol.gif
    Now that would be more than welcomed icon_lol.gif