Lia's doctors ascribed her seizures to the misfiring of her cerebral neurons; her parents called her illness qaug dab peg - the spirit catches you and you fall down - and ascribed it to the wandering of her soul. The doctors prescribed anticonvulsants; her parents preferred animal sacrifices.
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Lia has her first seizure when she is three months old. Since the seizure happens right after her older sister Yer slams the door, the Lees think the loud noise startled Lia's soul and made it flee her body. They call her condition qaug dab peg or "the spirit catches you and you fall down." The word dab refers to a soul-stealing spirit in Hmong legend. The Lees blame Yer for attracting the dab's attention and subsequently treat her less kindly. 781b155fdc