Seizure in german

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The German drs have told my daughter who is 28yrs of age and never in her life every had any type of seizure. She has been under a great deal of stress: her husband going to Iraq, being alone in another county, worrying about her family. The also told her she has brain lesions but the side of the brain the lesions are on will not make her have an epiletic seizure. Is there any info you can give me or I can look up? This is her second one and they have diagnose them as Grandma Seziures.
Health Issues in the German Shepherds dog Over the years, indiscriminate breeding practices have lead to hereditary diseases such as hip and elbow dysplasia, blood disorders, digestive problems (probably due to nerves), epilepsy, chronic eczema, keratitis (inflammation of the cornea), dwarfism and flea allergies. In order to avoid these conditions, it is imperative that you deal with breeders of the highest standards.
I have a 10 week old German Shepherd puppy. Last night she had a seizure. All her symptoms point to it being a hypoglycemia attack. The vets in my area, will not see me unless I can pay the entire bill at the time of the visit, which is impossible. Are there any organizations that would see her, and let me make payments on the bill?
2 hours later he had a seizure similar to the one in Feb. I called the vet, they said it could be cramps since she gave him the med with just alittle food. She didn't give him anymore doses and he was fine through the week. I took our dog to the vet that Thur to see if he should be on something regularly for his hips and was told to give him the Previcox daily. On Fri. I gave him 1 dose, all seemed well. On Sat. gave 2nd dose. Within 2 hours he had a seizure followed by another 45 min later.
I tried to get one asap, but I live in Germany and my German is not so good. Is this soon enough? Was this a TIA or is it likely related to epilepsy? Or both?
My chihuahua was real screwed up wed night, couldn't stand up, wobbly on feet, howling in pain. had to make an er trip to the vet, and now he is fine. Vet is at a loss. Thinks maybe his back or maybe a seizure. Damn pets! Cost me $300!
My dogs name was Reese. He was about 15 years old, a golden retriever german shepherd mutt, maybe. We aren't really sure. Last night, around 1 am, he starting crying, and he couldn't get up. This was sort of normal, because he has a bit of arthritis and it's been very cold here recently. But he was having more and more trouble than normal. He defecated in the living room, which has never happened in the last 14 years he's been with us. He was very well house trained.
My 5 year old german wirehaired pointer ***** had an episode today. Her legs were flailing about, she wet herself, her eyes were rolled back her head, she was foaming at the mouth and gasping for breath. I haven't been able to get hold of our vet as yet. Wondered if it was some kind of fit?
Reglan (metoclopromadine) is a very cheap medication, unfortunately, it is also metabolized in the kidneys, so a too high dose results in toxic levels in the blood. My husband and I discovered that completely bypassing the GI tract by using reglan injections worked much better in the end. Chica didn't get the extra pyramidal side effects (extreme restlessness, shaking and trembling) from the reglan injections that she got from the oral meds.
My dog was nine a German Shepherd mix. She was well except one seizure she had three weeks ago. The vet said if she has another seizure bring her in and they can put her on Meds. Anyway, I came home last thursday 3 weeks after the vet visit and found her dead in the entryway to my home. The unusual thing as well regarding this, was her energy and health. She was perfectly fine, running, jumping, eating, etc.
And anything I look up on this drug is mostly in German. The doctors couldn't tell me what the EEG ment or even say that my daughter now has epilepsy. I'm so stressed out with it all I can hardly eat, sleep ect. There is no family history of this, and all my other children seem to be pretty healthy ages 8,3,16month and 1 month old. What are the side effects of this drug? Is Liver damage common? Does she indeed have epilepsy? What does left lobe activity mean? Can she have a normal life?
Some of the side effects reported vary due to different breeds & several other factors. We have 1 Rottweiler mix male & 2 rescued dogs (German Rottweiler female & American Rottweiler female). German Rotty was approx 2 y/o when rescued. She had her first seizure approx 2 months ago. Scared me to death. A month later she had another so I knew some of the signs before hand. My mixed male & American Rotty female were going crazy when the seizures occurred.
She got pregnant around April 13th we were not sure it took but apparently it did. The male, buddy alerted me to a seizure as she is a seizure alert dog so we hoped they would breed and take. I train service dogs for a living there are so many who need specifically seizure alert dogs and these pups would be from both seizure alert dogs hopefully they would have the natural ability to alert as well.
My dog rocco age 3 German Shepard is having what we think might be seizures. he is foming at the mouth also. What could cause a dog to haev seizures?
And I had lost control of my bladder.In the following week I was soon diagnosed with severe spinal Stenosis (Narrowing in Vertabres)and a disk Prolapse(Disks that break or slip)I was then promised to be in the right hands and that I'll be walking with in 6 month. But a few hours later that Doctor suddenly told me that there was a switch gone off in my Brain and that we had to turn it back on.The most stupid thing I've ever heard.
(2yr German Shepherd 89lbs) Our dog Hans had his first seizure about 6 months ago. We thought it was a horrible mistake on our part with the Bug guy spraying the day before. It wasn't. He had another a couple months later, then a night of cluster seizures. We took him to the vet where they started a loading dose of phenobarbital and a daily dose. He was a walking drunk boy as expected.
Greetings, We took our 8 years old german shepherd mix Rascal at 9 AM on Tuesday, May 20th to do his first dental cleaning. He was perfectly heathy dog with lots of energy, looking and acting as a young puppy. We picked him up from the vet at 5 PM and been told everything went well. As we arrived to the house, Rascal seem disoriented and couldn't even find the door to get into the house. Today is May 23.
-Roman Chamomile (Personally, I have used both and never had problems, but, studies claim that German Chamomile have dangerous interactions with the rest of the herbs in this tea, also WARNING, NEVER take anything with chamomile while pregnant) -Hibiscus (this is used for taste, you can try my amount, then change to preference) -Spearmint (again, used for taste and you can use peppermint if more to your liking) -Rose hips (please check with local professional before use, I always use it in
as a child I developed Viral Encephalitis with105.
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Agoraphobia, Anxiety, and Grand Mal Siezures in 1975. Back during the 1970's and early 1980's you could still serve in the US Army even if you had seizure disorder. My Agoraphobia has been going on too long to be able to just pick up and leave the house or front yard when ever I feel like it. I need a therapist and medications to be able to go back into riding in vehicles again. At present time, I cannot ride in any vehicle down the road going any distance.
He said not much could be done, might outgrow them and gave us some vitamines as a supplement for her diet (oh she was also the runt in the litter and is not inbred). So in May she had a very very mild one and then in the last three weeks two more... What happens next? Waht can we do? Do they get worse? WE feel sooo helpless and heart broken watching her...
Against her advice, I took him home and am letting the medication wear off to see if he has another seizure (I have valium in case he needs it). Within 12 hours he went from completely sedate to eating drinking, walking and using the bathroom on his own. It has been 40 hours and I would say he is about 80% back to his regular self, but he is still showing side effects from the phenobarb (more than usual hunger, partial loss of coordination and hind end weakness and restlessness).
(This was unusual for him and often did this in the middle of the night) His last seizure was in Oct and lasted 5 minutes. His right hind leg never seemed to recover and he fell down several times a day. By Thanksgiving he was falling / doing the splits about 20 x's per day. Christmas day he began having trouble just walking without falling down.
I took him to the vet and she gave me two syringes of valium to use in case he had another seizure. Over the next 12 hours, my poor dog had nine more seizures and I was all out of valium, which didn't seem to make any difference anyway. He would thrash and convulse for a full minute, then lie panting and unconscious, foaming at the mouth for up to nine minutes. Then he would come to, looking confused and frightened, lying in a pool of bloody foam. It was devastating.
the habituating nature of the drug, although it showed little abuse liability in preliminary tests. In May 2009, the United States Food and Drug Administration issued a Warning Letter to Johnson & Johnson (Who bought the rights to the drug), alleging that a promotional website commissioned by the manufacturer had "overstated the efficacy" of the drug, and "minimized the serious risks".
I'm SERIOUS as a heart attack Lauriea! The drug was introduced into the world markets in 1995 by a German Drug company without adequate testing. It is actually "scheduled" in five states now. Although it is a "synthetic" opiate, it has all the properties of any natural opiate. And as you well know, over time on the drug, a person's TOLERANCE to the drug builds up, so that it takes more and more of the drug just to make one feel LESS UNWELL.
In 1930 Hellerstrom, of the Karolinska Institute, described a man who, 3 months after an erythema migrans rash, developed an encephalitis with psychotic symptoms, disorientation, and marked CSF abnormalities (11). In 1941 Bannwarth, a German neurologist, described the syndrome of chronic lymphocytic meningitis, which was characterized by radicular pains, lymphocytic meningitis, and peripheral nervous system involvement, especially facial palsy (9).
his having seizures the vet cost 500 just for him to b seen and 1000 something dollars just to put him to sleepsleep am in terrible pain i cant hold him because my baby is on top of my ribs and i cant sleep or eat now ..i no this is a p.g forum but i had to father even thought it was funny.
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