Has anyone taken banzel and it was successful but then quit working?
I just read this article on generic keppra causing seizures: https://epilepsytalk.com/2010/07/17/keppra-generic-seizure-drug-contributing-to-more-seizures-side-effects-and-death/ Has anyone experienced this and if so, did taking the non-generic form fix the issue?
So, basically, I just realized that the midazolam makes me feel more negative. I take it to stop gran mals, but it just occurred to me that it’s making me feel bad, even though I never understood before why I felt that way.
Do you carry rectal emergency meds like Diastat and how do you feel about people using that on you in public? My son has this meds and he's still young but just wondering how he would feel when used when he is older?
I have a three year old who started having seizures in June. She had drop, myoclonic and a few real short grand mals. She was put on onfi after a four day visit to children's and that didn't help anything. So they added keppra and it stopped the grand mals. Went back to children's for another eeg in July and they added depakote and it helped tremendously with her drops but she still has some after her afternoon nap into the evening. Mostly head drops but a full drop here and there. Her eeg in… read more
I got a new job. Going in the office on Tuesday or maybe tomorrow. Anyway, should I bring my rescue med to work? I think I have refills on it, but if not, I can ask my neurologist for another thing of Diazepam. My seizures are most of the time serious. My last one I was in status and one before that I had a cluster and over 10 years ago when I had them regularly, they all were clusters of 10 or more except when I was in status. I would be in the office 2 or 3 days a week, but I wasn't sure just… read more
My Nero wants me to go on xcopri while decreasing my onifi has anyone taken or is anyone on this drug and had any experiences with it and what kind of side effects if any you had on it.its a fairly new drug A.K.A. cenobamate any input is helpful. Thank you.
Whenever I have grand mals (and only grand mals) I suffer from "bradycardia" during them. It happens all the time, and I had no idea until it showed up on a EEG I had done. I'm still waiting to have a diagnoses, anyways my question is-
Does anyone else suffer from that, and what causes it? My neuro said it could be a heart, brain, or blood pressure thing. And I guess to follow up, does it happen all the time or only with grand mals like me. Thanks for reading :)
I am experienced with ZOOM, and I have experience with Skype (though a lot of the details are deep in memory with only some coming back when in the intro meeting with Bryan Martin)
I have signed up on Webex, but it does not provide all of the details of the features available in a free meeting. Is anyone experienced with the free meeting version there? I am seeking to find out if the language translator feature that is definitely available in the Standard and Pro versions of meetings is… read more