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Posted by: petro | 2007/03/23

Epilepcy

How risky is it for my 15 year old daughter that is epileptic to do bumgeejumping. She mostly got fits during her sleep and it happened say maybe 2-3 a year.

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Dear Petro
People declaring medical conditions which may be adversely affected by the jump are not permitted to jump. The medical conditions include, but are not limited to:

* Pregnancy
* High Blood Pressure
* Heart conditions
* Neurological disorders
* Epilepsy
* Acute or chronic knee or back disorders.

Any person with handicaps or medical conditions wishing to jump needs to provide a medical certificate approving the jump signed within the previous thirty (30) days and a copy of this certificate must be handed in on the BRIDGE when registering for the jump.

give her this article to read: - not that she is going to listen to the "old ladies" anyway.. but try!
http://www.null-hypothesis.co.uk/science/spoof/articles/response_within_laterally_oscillating_parametrically

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