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Avatar m tn We visited a family doctor yesterday, and showed her our recorded videos of my baby's shaking-head behavior. But she told us that this is normal for a baby and as babies grow, they will exhibit some strange behaviors. To be honest, what the doctor said did not completely reassures us. I heard of some case that a shaking-head baby who was wrongly diagnosed with chronic tympanitis developed epilepsy after he grew up.
Avatar f tn Happens so rarely that I dont even look for it any more, yet way back at 8 months old, I was thinking it was some sort of seizure and not sleeping. Again I am not talking about the behaviour directly above. Our baby just tensed and shook / shivered for approx 1-2 seconds, sometimes 6 times in a day, and then not for a week. Just for mothers who are worried about the original posters behaviour. Our lo did not cross her legs and isnt self gratifying herself.
Avatar f tn turns out best we could tell it was because our baby did not like having bowel movements so our baby was trying not to go and doing what we saw was possible seizure. Seizures were ruled out, nothing really found other than chiari ...We were told not to worry and just to check on it in a couple years... i am lost for words as I read your stories bc I am not sure what we need to do. I am thinking of having a recheck but am concerned at 3 years old ... don't like sedation.
Avatar f tn Almost like she was asleep with her eyes open. But that can be a form of seizure too. I'm terrified for my baby. I'm terrified for me, my husband, and our families. We see the pedi on Tuesday for her 4 month check up and shots. I have a laundry list of questions and tons of video. I'm just so scared.
Avatar f tn My son is born at 32 weeks had subependymal hemorrhage diagnosed at 4weeks, in NICU for 4 weeks, did well after and never had seizure in the past. Recently had high grade fever 39.8C for 48h, given regular Tylenol which reduces the fever. Last fever was at 5pm and have not recurred since. There’s no specific source for the fever, such as cough, rhinorrhea, vomiting, diarrhea, etc. Ears look normal.
12981378 tn?1440338397 I do hope it means the lungs are fully developed. I just got a bit worried cuz on one post someone mentioned what if the baby was having a seizure in there. But it's just a calm normal pattern of breathing so I'm not going to worry.
Avatar n tn The recent episode that you have described could well be an atonic seizure. In an atonic seizure, all the body muscles lose their tone. Had your son been older and sitting or standing, he would have fallen on the spot. The neck muscles lost tone. But the eyes were turned to left as this is a normal "doll's eye" reflex. You should convey this information to the pediatrician. Atonic seizures may continue for a few years. You will have to watch for further episodes.
Avatar m tn The EEG showed extra activity on one side of his brain. The Neurologist said that it indicates seizure possiblilities. His behavior has seemed to change since the last seizure. We can't figure it out. Any ideas of things we should do from here. This discussion is related to <a href="/posts/Child-Behavior/6-year-old-constantly-licking-fingers-and-hand/show/277559">6 year old constantly licking fingers and hand</a>.
Avatar f tn (*Medical Dictionary quote) In the event something is wrong, such as fetal or maternal heart rates plummet, seizure, very stuck baby that just cannot get out, cord prolapse, etc. you will need a cesarean. It is important to know the risks of a cesarean as well as how it works. My favorite website for information regarding cesarean sections is Morgan's blog at Adventures in Diapering and Beyond: http://adventuresindiapering.blogspot.
7052683 tn?1392942395 My little baby girl died of a long seizure yesterday...it's so hard to see this, the vet didn't wanted to put her to sleep, so I just watched a 50 min seizure...and she died...I wasn't a good enough mom...sorry to led you down... good luck to everyone, may it be better than mine...
Avatar f tn A commonly overlooked cause of ADHD behavior is the absence seizure. During an absence seizure, the brain's normal activity shuts down. The child stares blankly, sometimes rotates his eyes upward, and occasionally blinks or jerks repetitively, he drops objects from his hand, and there may be some mild involuntary movements known as automatisms. The attack lasts for a few seconds and then it is over as rapidly as it begins.
Avatar n tn when she was 7th day baby, she had an jerk and doctor prescribed the Gardinal 30Mg (phenobarbitone tablets i.p) for three months, she was fine till 7 months. Later in the seventh month she had a high fever as well got the seziures back (she used to bend her neck front as well her both arms) . Then doctor examined with EEG and blood report, came to conclusion as MYOCLONIC seziures and prescribed VALPARIN 200(sodium valproate oral solution i.
Avatar n tn Right now after 6 years,he can't speak anymore, music is his therapy at times,we do things for him like make him pee, brush his teeth and also he like went back to being like a baby or a child; at times when he got bored of daily routines and whenever he gets angry, hungry or tired he has violent seizures to which we can't manage esp. when he hurt all of us and he's very strong and the only man in the house is our dad whose 65 yrs.old already and not that healthy.
Avatar n tn recently, night terrors have started. In one dream he said he killed his baby brother and explained exactly how he did it. When I told him it was just a bad dream and that could never happen because we knew how much he loves his little brother he started to weap, and got very angry.. He said that he couldn't believe I thought he would do that, its his brain not him.
Avatar f tn 4 cases per 100,000) but like i said at the very least the youtube videos should help you have something to compare your body against, i remember being really surprised at "fasciculation" thinking it was some sort of hypertone like the rest I hope that helps a little.
Avatar n tn I have seen a little of this where an older baby would hold her breath, she did grow out of it its very scary when it happens ..Others here may have input for you .good luck let us know what the outcome of the tests are ..
Avatar n tn I have a wonderful baby girl named Makenna. She is 10 months old. We noticed her teeth are finally cutting a few days ago. It seems like since that day she has been having facial spasms. My wife and I are very concerned. It happens very quick (between a half second to two seconds), often when she is either excited or frustrated, but sometimes just out of the blue. She doesn't seem to notice them at all and just continues about her business. After a serach on the internet I am terrified.
Avatar n tn Somedays there would be 50 or so in a minute (all twitches were very electric in nature and were instantly on-off /fractions of a second long). and other days hardly any were seen. I took short videos of jerking and went to pediatrician who obtained an EEG appointment with neurlogist. Test went well and he even slept for the test-but of course did not twitch or jerk. The EEG report was of a discharge in the occipital lobe but so far has not been correlated with the twitching.
12773 tn?1328916786 You are one fantastic dog owner! To have two large dogs live to age 15 is quite a feat, and testimony to your diligence in keeping them healthy. What a fabulous job! I ended up just like you after losing my first dog when he was almost 14. It's a sad part of having animal companions that they just don't live long enough for us. Like you, I was an emotional wreck and in tears for weeks. Finally, I saw my doctor about it.
Avatar m tn The child would be with family every night during the week while the mother worked now she is completely removing even the baby from her family. I have to wonder if the boyfriend has become controlling. He also smokes pot both of them. I also heard that she has also smoked the spice but not sure if it was just a one time try. So at this point I have to wonder is it safe for this child to even remain in this home????
Avatar f tn Slurred speech? Seizure disorder? hyperreflexia? Really horrible pain in the stomach if you hadn't eaten in a while??? Excruciating hunger pains? Don't know exactly how to explain it, I have been doubled over in pain if I do not eat when I am hungry. Spastic muscles, twitching thumb and other areas on my body along with buzzing feeling. This is all so crazy to me. I need to get some info. on Igenex?
Avatar f tn If she is grunting and pointing, she is still showing intentionality and social interaction skills. She knows what she wants, she knows she can get your attention, and she knows how to direct your attention to what she wants. I know you didn't mention it, but if you were worried about something like Autism, it wouldn't be my first (or even 2nd or 3rd) guess.
Avatar m tn This uptick in severity sent me to the ER at Dupont with her. An EEG showed no signs of seizure activity (she did do it during the EEG), and the neuro said it did not look epilleptic in nature, and was likely benign. We are doing a follow up 24 hour EEG next week. I am wondering, though, if it could be related to an inner ear problem, such as vertigo? The fact that it is always associated with positional changes made me wonder. And if it is not vertigo, and not seizures, what else could it be?
572651 tn?1531002957 There is a 2 yr wait on most lists and about $10,000 for the dog, although some places require less. It's like adopting a human baby, there are video requirements, paperwork, home visits, fencing requirements, etc., etc. Which is why I worked to find a breeder and vet who picked out my dog for me and the breeder graciously gave her to me, but should I be unable to use her or die or something, the dog is returned to her to become a therapy dog, so we sorta jointly own the dog.
Avatar n tn for instance, she'll look for dogs everywhere — in books, outside, on videos — just so she can point and say the word over and over again. If your 14-month-old isn't speaking many words at this point, you can help her with the other two elements of language acquisition. When talking to your child, vary your tone, facial expressions, and hand gestures, all of which will help her understand the meanings of your words. Maintain eye contact when you talk to her so she learns to listen to you.
Avatar f tn On our anniversay he had a seizure and one other one that we know of. The only reason we know of the 2 is that we were at this bedside when they happened. Not sure if he has had others that no-one saw. I have been married to Rich for 20 years now. (high school sweethearts) We have 3 children- Our daughter is grown (20 years old), but we also have 2 small boys at home.
1966715 tn?1333295491 me myself i stopped looking up stories in the internet about decompression as u can also find videos or pics showing parts of the operation.if u can prevent dont let her see this...
Avatar n tn I think alot of people are afraid to tell there other half, but for me he knew and gave me the time I needed. He watch all the Videos he could about this Disease and he is the one who reminds me that my Brain will take time to balance back. It did take one heck of a time at that, from my long ash drug use. We need the Support while going through this stage so they can help us while we are sick and not give us a hard time. I was very Lucky in this case.
944027 tn?1245789895 * shortness of breath all day long except when lying on my back * Chest and abdomen is extremely tight * Legs are stiff * ice cold hands and feet and i cant move my left foot * INvolunantary muscle movement * Seizure type shakes * Burning of skin, Hotness in my face and stomach after i have s * Feet are numb and tingly * extreme abdominal bloating after i eat
Avatar n tn Now that you have described your son’s jerky movements a bit better, I don’t think they are a startle reflex, since I believe you are saying they appear spontaneously. The Moro Reflex is triggered by a sudden change in an infants body position, i.e. when you hold a baby in an upright position (facing you, one hand supporting head and shoulders and the other under its bottom) and suddenly let it “fall” backward to a reclining position (still supporting it of course).