FND Awareness Day UK | 25th March 2022 | Babs’s Story

I was told that I had FND because the test results all came back normal. I was then told I did not know what FND was

I am now having seizures when I fall down, and bang my head. I do not go out much anymore, and find it hard to understand what is going on. I have lost jobs and some friends, and about two years ago I was very different from today. I can not do things like having a shower because of my seizures, and somebody has to be with me all the time.

Some time I feel very depressed sad and lonely and cry. Sometimes my friend and family don’t understand what it is. How can I tell them if I don’t understand myself. I am married but I feel that I am alone at this time. I have a lot going on with me, and people want to help but I tell them to stay away. That’s all for now I’m just to sad .

Well all I can say is after all this time I still haven’t got a clue about FND, and maybe some day I might just get my head round it and understand it better.

Written by Babs, Durham


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