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I think I have Full Body Tourettes! HELP

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  • Posted By: Full Body Tourettes
  • December 13, 2010
  • 03:25 AM

Hey guys. Well this is kinda long so im sorry.

(Ill cut to the chase) Well, A few days ago a guy named Chev Chelios was getting beatten by a gang of police officers. So I let him hop on my bike and we took off.

While we were riding I told him that I have Full Body Tourettes (ive never been diagnosed but I think its an obvious diagnosis) then I had a really bad attack

We almost crashed

Minutes later I got a muscle spasm and slammed on the brakes. Thats all I remember.

I woke up and a blue and white car pulled up to us on the roof of a building. One man got out of the car and I got into my kung fu stance. But I had a terribly attack of tourettes and couldnt fight, so he got away

I was trying to help my new friend Chev but my tourettes caused people that he was after to get away.

You see the car that pulled up to us contained a group of men who beat his brother. He was looking for revenge

And my tourettes caused them to get away!

That was the last straw. Now I am looking for help on how to control my Tourettes

I am also looking to see, do I really have full body tourettes? I get what I call "attacks" where my full body just has like a mini seizure. but I know its not a seizure.

It really affects my ability to drive or ride my motorcycle. I get into multiple accidents a month

Any help on how to control this or cure it altogether would be appreciated


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