Why is this important in a epilepsy social media site?
Because eczema is linked to neurological disorders.
That includes epilepsy.
Just like epilepsy, eczema has different types too.
6 types of eczema-mine is seborrheic dermatitis .
Like what is the difference between each different type and how do you know what type of seizures you have if your doctor hasn't told you what type you have. I can't tell you as I black out and from what i have been told I shake constantly until I come around with no memory of it !!! I was also wondering I hear people mention different types of seizures and i was wondering what the symptoms of each type of seizure ??
I have 3 different types of seizures, schizoaffective disorder depressive type, depression, social anxiety, and more. I was wondering if there was anyone else out there in a similar situation as me or am I just a unique falling apart person.
Hi my name is Amanda Rogers n I take keppra 2000 mg 3a day n I believe that my medicine is not helping me with my 4 different types of seizures n epilepsy type 1 at all cuz I have been in the hospital over a 1000 times from now till the beginning of last year n I am very scared
I get 4 types, grand mal, absence, clonic and simple partical where im fully awake but unable to speak
For people who have multiple types of seizures and also auras, is your aura the same each time regardless of the type of seizure?
I'm asking because my aura is fairly consistent at onset but does have some differences at the peak. I have had an absence seizure recorded during a VEEG but also have experienced what may be atonic seizures.
Any info is appreciated!
Having been epileptic all my life and seeing multiple name changes to seizure types why is it important to learn the new name changes of seizure types which will be obsolete in years to come probably?
@A MyEpilepsyTeam Member it is not 50 years. a list of people who had or has epilepsy... https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_people_wi...
Is it common for a person to have many different types of simple seizures? Not all at once, just one person who can experience different types. Also, would it be unusual for simple partial seizures to last much longer than generalized ones? Say, an hour or so?