SUDEP (Sudden Unexpected Death in Epilepsy) is one of them things, no one wants to think about it, no one wants to believe it happens and nobody believes it will happen to someone they love, that is why this years campaign from SUDEP Action is so very important.
Awareness isn't enough its time to ACT!
Sunday saw me take on Royal Parks Half Marathon for the second time. I would love to say my come back at Royal Parks was a fairytale sunny day, it couldn’t have been further from the truth; the skies opened and torrential rain was the order for the day for my final ever distance run and I now have a chest infection for my efforts!
My names Faye, mostly known for being a tea addict, swimmer and a swim instructor. I'm almost 34, married and I had my 1st child in June 2015, oh and I also happen to have epilepsy. This is my story of Pregnancy, Motherhood & Epilepsy.