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08-07-2018, 01:29 PM
The weather doesn't seem to have any bearing on it. Some triggers are obvious - the main one being any excitement or big change in routine. Difficult to control for the most part as simple things like a visit from family can set him off.

Yesterday, there wasn't an obvious trigger - and this happens a lot. The fits in themselves, while awful for him and terrible to watch are just the start of things. It's the post-ictal (or immediate after effects) put the run up to the fits that are worse and just as dangerous as the fits themselves. He is moody and argumentative prior to a fit and logic goes through the window. Post fit, he can really do anything in the immediate after-math so highly dangerous for him
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