Hello everyone, Let me introduce Mrs. Pema Choki, 50 yrs. Undoubtedly, she is one of the strongest women I have ever met. Self-employed, she runs her own grocery shop and is also a proud mother of three children. By appearance, she looks, strong, bold and satisfied with her life. I first met her at
Epilepgermany, Projecte and cooperation partners Sven - Michael My name is Sven, I'm 30 years old and I'm from Germany. My birth was a real adventure. I was born 6 weeks earlier, had brain hemorrhage and was deaf. I learned to walk when I was 2 years old, with 3 I could already swim.
"My name is Ketaki Chitale. I am from Mumbai, India. I was diagnosed with Epilepsy at the age of 10. I apparently did showcase the symptoms before being diagnosed, but the research and medical know-how regarding Epilepsy in India was not as developed in the early 90's, thus the late diagnosis. Epilepsy doesn't discriminate people, but
When Fred Kiserem first convulsed 2012 while at work in Basra, Iraq, he did not think that he would later be diagnosed with epilepsy, a chronic illness that causes unprovoked, recurrent seizures. He did not visit the hospital, neither did he tell his employer in order to secure his job. The seizure attacked again after
“I still remember the first time Michelle had a seizure,” said Eunice Cole, Michelle Hernandez’s mother, recalling more than 30 years earlier. “I was scared to death. She was just 11-months-old. I remember when she had another seizure…putting her in my lap and driving to the emergency room.” Cole was told her daughter was
I was diagnosed at the age of two with epilepsy due to a traumatic brain injury. I spent my childhood being over medicated on medicine, not having my seizures under control. I dealt with many of the negative side effects which resulted in me becoming suicidal. Once I reached early adulthood, I