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Visit the Dystonia Awareness Information stall!

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Sue Williams, a lovely ADSG member at the Dystonia Awareness Stall at Greenwith Pharmacy. 299 more words

Australian Dystonia Support Group

As long as I can remember I have had some sort of a motor tic. Tics are considered “unvoluntary” because at times I can control the tic (like suppressing a cough) while at other times (most times)-I have zero control and the tic is “involuntary.” My pediatrician told me I would outgrow my tics after I went through puberty…still waiting on that one! 564 more words

Can acupuncture help with Blepharospasm?

Blepharospasm is an involuntary contraction of one of the muscles that controls the eyelids, causing them to close. This prolonged closure obstructs vision and can leave someone effectively blind, despite the fact their eyes are otherwise normal. 202 more words

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Other Topamax side effects.

So if you have read my previous posts, you will know that I was a long term user of Topamax (5 years) and that I have recently come off it. 320 more words

It's been 1 month since my last dose of Topamax.

After reducing my dose of Topamax to 25mg per day for about two weeks (and still experiencing eye twitching), I finally came off Topamax in the last week of December 2014. 294 more words

Spilled Milk and Combat Boots

All the phone calls I am having to make right now are ruining my story writing ability plus changing what I’d write about my 7 hour day yesterday. 1,889 more words