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Susan Boyle Reveals Her Battle With Epilepsy

by Thilaka Ravi on  December 14, 2011 at 10:00 AM Celebrity Health News   - G J E 4
Susan Boyle, the singing sensation has revealed how her school years were ruined by fainting fits after she was diagnosed with epilepsy, the neurological disorder.
 Susan Boyle Reveals Her Battle With Epilepsy
Susan Boyle Reveals Her Battle With Epilepsy
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The singer has previously revealed that she was teased and tormented by classmates because of her learning disabilities while growing up in her native Scotland.

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The 50-year-old singer has now said that her problems were heightened when doctors told her she was suffering with the neurological disorder, which is characterized by seizures.

"I was protected in cotton wool. They (parents) thought they were doing the right thing. They called me touchy. At school I used to faint a lot. It's something I've never talked about. I had epilepsy," Contactmusic quoted her as telling Daily Mail's Weekend magazine.

"People in the public eye don't have things like that. All through my childhood they'd say epilepsy is to do with mental function. And now I realise it's not. I was up against all those barriers. It wasn't easy," she added.

Source: ANI
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My young doughter 24 years patient of Fits medecin taken are Phenobarbeton 30mg, Epeliem syp, No improvement , needs advise
azhar1458 Tuesday, May 6, 2014
What is she crying about now? They were temper fits that mimic epilepsy. It happens a lot in kids and teens when they want a lot of attention. If she's not wearing a bracelet, its not epilepsy.
pantherstrike Wednesday, December 14, 2011
It's great to see a celebrity share their experiences with any medical condition, but sadly, epilepsy is still very Hush hush, and people are reluctant to admit to having it, well done Susan for speaking out!! lol Elaine Howell, Kettering. XX
Laine Wednesday, December 14, 2011

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