Graphic Health Narrative Pt.2 (extra credit)

Graphic Health Narrative Pt.2 (extra credit)

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  • I just want it all to go away...
  • It all hurts! I didn't know this would happen.. 
  • I can finally go home.
  • 2020: After many, many, MANY, hospital visits and tests, she was told of a second brain surgery. This one would be more intense than the other, but no one knew how intense it could be.
  • Lone Star College class
  • A&M Transfer Credits
  • I can still take some classes for now. Just until I can go back to school again
  • She went along with it, unaware of the risk. (Bless her for all she’s been through). She lost a lot of her left side peripheral vision and was unable to move any part of the left side of her body.
  • January 2021: After about 2 months in the hospital recovering, she was finally able to see the outside world once again.
  • THE END
  • Her life has been greatly affected by her experiences, but she is the strongest person I know. She continues at her attempt to grow as much as her health allows her to. Even though she has every reason to be frustrated, angry, sad, and to give up, she pushes to be “normal” once again.
  • Abnormal. “brain activity becomes abnormal”. It's a struggle to be normal.My sister continues to be herself, her normal self once again. Her brain activity was and is only different from many. She is now uniquely perfect.
  • *“Epilepsy.” Mayo Clinic, Mayo Foundation for Medical Education and Research, 7 Oct. 2021, https://www.mayoclinic.org/diseases-conditions/epilepsy/symptoms-causes/syc-20350093#:~:text=Epilepsy%20is%20a%20central%20nervous,races%2C%20ethnic%20backgrounds%20and%20ages.
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