I have a regular case of Tourette's Syndrome. Mostly just violent neck twitches now and then. I can hold it in for hours at a time, my school day or work day can go with few tics... Then I go more at home. I recently went to the emergancy room because it turns out I have some disease in my esophogus and it clenched on something... I was put on muscle relaxants and anesthestic, and then put into surgery. When I woke up I scared all the doctors in the room because it seemed like I was having a seizure, my whole body was flailing violently, except I was still talking. They didn't have any clue what was wrong and it made them all very nervous until they were told I had Tourette's Syndrome. They tried to keep me talking the entire time so that they could make sure nothing bad happened.Reply Follow This Thread Stop Following This Thread Flag this Discussion
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