Lately I've been having awful migraines when I wake up. Doesn't matter how well I sleep I'll get this headache. Does anyone suffer from these because my epilepsy nurse has said it could be a partial seizure?
I been thinking about getting an alert system since im home alone. My service dog can be trained to press the button if i have a seizure and need help. He alerts to some seizures and barks if im down longer than 5min or goes and find the nearest person.
Problem is my family has lack of communication skills. They ignore my service dog when he is trying to tell them something! Going back to me having no support at home. My question i guess is... if i can't get them to listen to me or my… read more
My Daughter has Jeavons and not only no meds have worked but she's in a mental fog .
For those taking it, are there different strains that are use for epilepsy or just the "Charlotte's Web"? Everything is still kind of confusing since Marijuana is being used for different medical issues and not all doctors agree with the use. Our state is pasting laws and soon it will be able to be used here. I'm not sure what to think of it.
Grand mal seizures are the same as tonic clinic. I’m seeing a neurologist next week and am interested in the fastest most effective medicines that have worked for those with the same issue.
I've been put up to 1200 mg per day of tegretol retard. This is the maximum dose and seems very high - has anyone else been on such a high dose and did you suffer any side effects?
I take Levetiracetam and tomapax in the morning and at 6pm. I have my alarm is set for both times but sometimes I don't here the one in the morning or I take it and I'll forget that I did rather it's in the morning or afternoon. What I am asking is how do you keep track or what are you using to make sure you didn't forget?
Or on another note, has anyone ever been a little scared of telling someone you feel like you’re about to have one but end up not? Sometimes I feel like I shouldn’t tell my parents or sister because then they’re going to overreact a little after the feeling went completely away.