I know nothing of it and neither does my mom. Shes never heard of it. It was created or found after she stopped taking meds. The doctors only told me the usual side effects that come with medicine, dizzy, nausea, drowsiness. Anything i need to worry about?
I'm talking about concentration issues or when your mind is playing tricks on you. How do you deal with it? I had this problem yesterday. I usually binge-watch my favorite shows or play video games, that takes my mind off of it.
Have you tried the ketogenic diet for seizures and how did it go?
I get concentration problems randomly, when I wake up in the morning sometimes, I get concentration problems & can't focus. I'm fine but, this usually happens randomly & I don't feel like doing anything but watching tv & playing games. If anyone else goes through it, how do you handle it?
I’ve always had seizures in my sleep, its been that way for 12/13 years now. But suddenly, my seizures started happening first thing in the morning. I had two this week (which is a lot for myself. My medication was good on keeping me from having seizures) but both of them this week happened right as i was waking up. I do my weird choking fit and then the seizure happens. I guess my question is, is this normal or something i should be a little more worried about.
just curious because i have a increase in seizures on dilantin and depakote. i also had a rash while on tegretol. had to get it off asap. so what is you weakest link that made you have more seizures or rashes?
HI I was wondering if stress can cause a seizure to happen.. I had an eeg the other day and I guess I've been having seizures at least 10 times a day not knowing I am and I'm thinking it is caused by seizures??
also dealing with word recall/memory issues due to my seizures in the temporal lobe of my brain thus stunning my hippocampus. Anyone else go through that?
I've recently noticed how much I tend to get lost in a conversation. I feel like I nod and act like I know what we're talking about and then have to ask what we talked about. Im sure it's something people can notice. Has anyone had these issues?
The reason I ask is because I've been in a situation in the past with 100% seizure control but it was at the expense of quality of life. I was a medication zombie and couldn't even hold a conversation or absorb information at all. I ended up emailing my specialist to get me off that drug and said I'd rather have a few seizures and get back my quality of life. I obviously emphasised I'd rather have no seizures and no side effects. But personally for me, balance is key.