Life after epilepsy

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Chris Douglas
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Re: Life after epilepsy

Post by Chris Douglas » Mon Mar 25, 2019 6:46 am

Hi Colleen,
sorry for the delay in responding. We lost a deputy who left behind a wife and 3 kids ... and a 2nd town cop was in critical condition on the night of the 19th ... both happening in the same incident. So needless to say podunk has been reeling from this. Everyone knows everyone here.

Yes I'm "pro- Wally Foundation" ... I sent them Molly's meds. after too. Glad you still have four-legged family members. I still remember your compassion when things got bad for me after Molly ... and when things got even worse 6 days later with where I was living ... I"ll never forget!

I work nights till 4 am and sleep days. This is my Friday ... weekend ... Sat. ? ... heck don't even know what to call it except to say I don't have to work the next 2 nights - Mon. & Tues. nights off ... I'm gonna get some sleep ... Talk with you laterzzzzzzzzzz

Chris & Molly
Brittany 27 lbs female DOB Mar.2008,
Pb 32.4 mg(1/2 grain) BID
regular Keppra 2/250mg BID
Valium tab's 5 mg orally/rectally as needed
Melatonin 5mg SID

1st seizure 8/20/12
last seizure 12/14/13

Rainbow Bridge 12/28/13

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Joined: Tue Nov 12, 2013 1:42 pm
Location: Oklahoma

Re: Life after epilepsy

Post by ShilohsMom » Fri Mar 29, 2019 1:49 pm

Hi Chris,

I've sent you a PM, thought it might be better than posting in the forum.
Colleen, Rylie, Sophie & angels Izzie & Shiloh
DOB: 11/11/05
First seizure: 07/28//10
Last seizure: 06/27/16

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