I'm going to have the RNS implant in March. And all I want to know is has anyone else had it done and dose it work . I go in March to Vanderbilt medical center in Nashville Tennessee.
How do you guys handle your side effects for your medication if it makes you drowsy/ just not yourself. Lately I feel like I'm just not on top of things. I take vitamins my neurologist told me to take and tthey work pretty good. Is there any otc medications or certain vitamins or anything at all that help you guys with your side effects?
Surgery may be an option but I am very nervous about it. Any information you can share will be appreciated.
Any positive information on Epidiolex as the only meds? Currently on Zonagran. I'm reading and so many bad side effects. We asked our doctor to switch
Had a abnormal 24 EEG 1 month ago and in 2019,but not the cleavland clinic wants a 3 day EEG, I wish the shared data more . We have a functional doctor appointment and generics appointment. I'm my son's voice until he finds it and if takes fighting for his rights and researching like a scientist, then must be done.
JDelakit Understand concern bout meds sides but look at some ads for over-counter meds on TV. Side effects galore.The 3 day testing is fantastic not bad if you want to know why this will give you… read more
How come every time I start a new job within the first 1 to 3 days I start having multiple focal seizures and it affects my work but when I am home not working it will be fine my focal seizures will be gone
The stress ï now have too much in my mind. Take it one day at a time
There are 2 possibilities
1. You experiencing bad side effects of your medication(s)
2. You are actually having , some form of a seizure.
I too have blackouts. They are a type of seizure . I also… read more
Sleeping or watching tv
1. Lack of sleep
2. Strobe lights
3. Blowing on a windmill
My least favorite part of an EEG was having the electrodes implanted directly into my scalp. Then I was told to relax!
Since my last seizure, I find my attention span is much shorter, especially when reading. Anyone else experience this?
What do you do to remember to take meds when you take more than once a day!
And my phone scares the heck out of me all the time with reminders
Hey everyone new here
Just a little background. I was diagnosed with Juvenile Myoclonic Epilepsy in 2017 and I am 30 years old. As many of you know you can also have Tonic Clonic and Absence seizures under this umbrella, so to speak. I have suffered status twice from tonic Clonic seizures due to flashing lights. Just wondering if anyone has been diagnosed later in life. I also have a Chiari malformation which is a herniation of my spine into the fornum magnum ( back of the skull) of… read more
Well let us know what happens. Best of luck.