Posted by Todd (184.108.40.206) on January 30, 2000 at 08:40:30:
In Reply to: intro and some questions posted by stephen on January 30, 2000 at 07:06:05:
Or maybe it's From the ridiculous to the sublime.
This is a new one for me. Of all the insane, unnecessary crapola that ch'rs have been put through, having your license revoked has to take the friggin cake.
I'm just tossing out ideas here, but it would seem to me that there must be some sort of appeals process you could use to make the DMV justify the revocation. I would guess that your neuro would have to 'prove' to the DMV that you are medically unfit to drive.
Is it dangerous to drive during an attack? Absolutely, in my opinion. (BTDT) BUT...unlike many other medical conditions, we generally get SOME warning (brief though it may sometimes be) that an attack is imminent. This provides ample opportunity to pull over and 'ride' it out or medicate while safely parked.
I suggest you check out all the links on the left of the board, gather up all the information you can and educate yourself. A few hours in front of the puter and you'll know more about clusters than your neuro.
Welcome and good luck.
P.S. If all else fails, follow BobG's advice.
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