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  • Lythgoe81
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    I have this all the time. I find things that aren't funny hilarious and laugh at the most inappropriate things. I try and embrace it though. Nature's way of keeping you laughing even through your darkest days. x

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  • Patw
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    B4 diagnosed a mate fell in work and started fitting ambulance arrived he started fitting again and I burst out laughing, always wondered why now I know 🤦‍♂️

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  • Graham
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    I embrace my emotional lability.

    Life has never been so hilarious.

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FCi7OH3TfqI

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  • Ellie
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    House44 Belated birthday wishes Wayne 😘😘

    My 40th birthday 'party' was also anything but 😐

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  • House44
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    I was in franky and bennys for my 40th birthday recently. my wife started talking about my dramatic peg fitting and I ended up in a blubbering mess. on a Saturday night rammed as well. worst thing about it is i can't eat and didn't want the gatherin. won't be going out to watch people again lol
    ..

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  • Ellie
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    Originally posted by Hakuna View Post
    I already take citalopram so i guess there’s no other answer.
    Perhaps an increase in the dose is the answer 🤔😘

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  • Hakuna
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    I already take citalopram so i guess there’s no other answer. Thanks guys for info

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  • denise
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    I'm yawning reading about yawning 😉

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  • AngieCanuck
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    Ahhha! I wondered why I was yawning so much!! Just thought I was always tired…never thought it had to do with MND. I’m

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  • shrew
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    My late Husbaand Mick used to yawn a lot, long noisy yawns

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  • Ellie
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    The yawning is a pseudobulbar reflex so, yes, it's a 'normal' symptom of MND as nerve damage increases - whoop whoop 😏

    Emotional Lability is also known as Pseudobulbar Affect (PBA), if anybody comes across the term. xx

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  • Tabbycat
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    I also take low dose of Citalopram for emotional liability. I agree with PeterPan is works wonders, I feel in control again (I'm also yawning too).

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  • PeterPan
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    I’ve been prescribed Citalopram for ‘emotional lability’. Just a tiny dose every day. Works wonders. (Doesn’t stop the yawning though)

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  • Ellie
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    Emotional Lability is yet another one of MND's 'gifts' - if it affects your day to day life, taking an SSRI such as Citalopram can really help. xx

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  • Hakuna
    started a topic Uncontrolled emotions

    Uncontrolled emotions

    I find i cry and laugh uncontrollably now. We are going to a close friend’s funeral later this month. I’m concerned I’ll cry noisily and embarrassingly. I’m considering not going so as not to be a nuisance. Anyone else find this a problem? I also yawn a lot and i can’t control that either.
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