KarenRita.-Hospital visits are pointless after a seizure cause it's over then!
Electrical activity is a body and brain function in all living things. Human
brains use it to create thought as well. Our conscious mind is from the two hemispheres working together the ability to think and speak as only we can.
Speech, normal thought, gets all screwed up from seizures. Some of the
most famous writers feel they were inspired by this to write in a unique way.
The feeling you're now having after a seizure is from this as well. I get the
same for a while after one weird but i know it's my epilepsy that caused it.
Talk to your Dr. for a med increase but stay away from ER visits-just a
waste of time as you said there's nothing they can do.
Thank you Maureen I know I have warnings "auras"with my absence seizures I feel off more tired dizzy I also know that we are here for support not to treat diagnose or prescribe that's what our doctors are for ..and we get some really good ideas on this site and support so pass by whatever people tell u to do by your Doctor please. Ive had both grand mal seizures an absence seizures just FYI hope everyone stay safe and have a great day
Auras were called warnings as well not just for grandmal seizures I don’t have grandmal seizures I once got a warning or a an aura a d I walked into a shop went into a corner had a seizure I was only diagnosed at that time and it was simple partial and absence seizures I had at that particular time today I have complex partial seizures absence focal and I take them in my sleep I also have involuntary movements where I bruise myself too I don’t get as many auras or warnings anymore but my neurologist told me my aura was part of my seizure because they can be really short sometimes x x
Hi are u talking about an " aura" that is what I have b4 a seizure knowing its going to happening.. my neuro calls it that?? Alot of epilepsy patients have that according to him and he works at UCSF in San Francisco ..if so dont stress on it totally normal for us 🥰 ask ur Dr.. Relax have a gd day .
I'm so very sorry that you've not found the Medication that has helped to reduce
or stop your GrandMALS???
I was lucky enough, after I threw my very first GrandMAL to be put on
TEGRETOL~ 600MG & 45MG DEXEDRINE in 1969.
Have been on TEGRETOL since then & haven't had a GrandMAL in over 44+ YEARS.
Sounds like it maybe time for a new Neurologist who will help you get control
of your Seizures.
Your post is making me really angry in the sense of the word that your doctor
doesn't want to help you find the drug that will help you???
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