I had one last night and was having problems thinking while refilling my pill cases. However, I knew that I had had these problems and had had auras at that time. So, this morning before I took my breakfast pills, I checked to make sure I had the correct pills in the case. When I noticed the pills which were not there and those which did not belong there, I went back and checked all of my cases to make changes to make sure that I had the pills in the proper… read more
I collapse seize and take hours to come around. It has caused MD's to induce coma. I have become confused and stripped naked.I also tend to have multiple without returning to normal in between. I bite my tongue and wet my pants.These episodes started last August at age 31. It doesn't seem to relate to a "typical" seizure. can anybody relate?
Epilepsy and its associated problems is serious and needs each sufferer to support one another. So what do people want from this site? advice, guidance, someone to share your thoughts with, a shoulder to cry on. In my opinion it is certainly not a dating site!
My son was recently diagnosed with Absence Seizures in which hid neurologist called them the true form of Grand Mal seizures that are hereditary. She said they usually start out as the small absence seizure of stare offs and eye fluttering, absence of awareness or unaware of anything happening during the spell. She explained to me that all people diagnosed with acute absence seizures will eventually endure full on grand Mal seizures with convulsions. Has anyone… read more
My husband wanders in an agitated and confused state after his tonic-clonic seizures. Last time he tried to escape the house onto the street but thankfully the paramedics arrived. I am not supposed to restrain him and could not convince him to stay indoors (he began to get slightly aggressive). Does anyone have any suggestions on how to handle this?
My fiancé was wondering if there were supports out there for partners of people with epilepsy. After I have a seizure, I am pretty moody and he is learning to role with it, but I think having support would be helpful.