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Can Anybody Tell Me About The Epilepsy And Hallucinations?

Can Anybody Tell Me About The Epilepsy And Hallucinations?

I had my checkup with one of my doctors.I was telling him that I see these people my mom,my dad.and 2 friends( all deceased) for a few seconds.The doctor said to talk to my neurologist that he thinks that my seizures are causing me to have hallucinations.Can anybody give me some input?

A MyEpilepsyTeam Member said:

I would do that my seizures would cause it to where I'd hallucinate forget where I was and who I was at times

posted about 4 years ago
A MyEpilepsyTeam Member said:

You're welcome King Michael!!

posted about 4 years ago
A MyEpilepsyTeam Member said:

Thanks princess patty

posted about 4 years ago
A MyEpilepsyTeam Member said:

Guys this team is about respecting others please stop the disagreement, be kind and love each other 💜

posted about 4 years ago
A MyEpilepsyTeam Member said:

Patricia you are correct and some times various specialists are not remaining in contact with each other about specific patients. It is a reason for primary physicians getting all of the specialists reviews and actions. It is also of value to have just one or at least a primary pharmacist, keep tract of all medications and supplements prescribed and recommended. Keeping a written list of medications and supplements for oneself is also of great value for those of us with memory lapses, courtesy of seizures. Until my brother supplied daily medication holders, years ago, I had to use old containers to keep track of medications taken daily. The interaction/reaction of medications, supplements needed (often due to medication) and the items in your diet can create unintended or increase/reduce intended effects.

The specialist should not be delaying explanations, unless required information is not available. Plus, if lack of essentials exist, it should be mentioned. However, those points could have been covered, but lost if I had a seizure. So, I usually want the information in printed form, even tests performed. It gives me a better chance of comprehending what I go through. May God be with you.

posted about 4 years ago
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