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Avatar n tn lower peripheral ferritin and iron levels in persons with Tourette’s syndrome are consistent with findings in other movement disorders and suggest that lower iron availability may have a causal role in the pathophysiology of tic disorders. Lower iron stores may contribute to hypoplasia of the caudate and putamen, increasing vulnerability to developing tics or to having more severe tics.
Avatar n tn The two possibilities that come to mind as I read your post are sleep disorder and seizures. Some people with seizure disorders only have them during the night. This could explain why her legal guardians may not believe she has a problem. They haven't seen it. Same issue with the sleep disorder. Although they may see behavioral problems during the day that result from these episodes.
Avatar n tn posture occurs independently of the seizure, something ain't right. That calls for more complete investigation of what is happening to you, including a basic questioning of whether one or both diagnoses is correct. : If Neurontin or Lamictal is controlling your dystonia, that suggests it might be primarily related to the seizures. I see many people with dystonia (not associated with seizures) who respond to a completely different kind of medications than the anticonvulsants.
388544 tn?1231986094 I was diagnosed with MS eight years ago, and since then have had approximately six "seizure-like episodes". My neurologist originally thought they might have been absence seizures, but the last two consisted of a lot of jerking. After the last episode, I was unable to speak normally. I spoke very s l o w l y for about three weeks and then I got better. I had an MRI which showed no new lesions - but not an EEG. Has anyone had seizures associated with MS?
969132 tn?1249327851 //www.medhelp.org/health_pages/Neurological-Disorders/Diagnosing-Dysautonomia/show/827?cid=196 Dysautonomia Specialists: http://www.medhelp.org/health_pages/Neurological-Disorders/Dysautonomia-Specialists/show/717?cid=196 Further Reading: http://www.medhelp.org/health_pages/Neurological-Disorders/Further-Reading-on-Dysautonomia/show/696?
Avatar n tn Posted By Debbie on December 18, 1998 at 07:46:30: In Reply to: Question on the connection between dystonic posturing and TLE posted by CCF MD mdf on December 16, 1998 at 09:24:12: = Dystonia is a disorder of postural control. It may affect one or more limbs, or the neck, or the back, or the face, or the voice, etc. Any motor task in which a set of muscles is supposed to maintain some posture while other muscles are supposed to do something else can be messed up.
190559 tn?1280615967 The treatment forces your body into a grand mal seizure and can affect memory, cognitive function, and learning in the short term. Our daughter has displayed symptoms of both mild hyperthyroid and extreme hypothyroid states over the past several months, sometimes even fluctuating over a few hours or days. This fluctuation has also shown up on thyroid blood tests both in Philadelphia and Milwaukee, but so far she has not had a full thyroid panel done.
748543 tn?1463449675 People who have a poorly aligned bite or missing teeth can have related problems, such as frequent headaches or Sleep disorders, because their Jaw muscles must work harder to bring the teeth together, straining the surrounding muscles." a simple Google search for TMD would have provided this author with a wealth of informative sources regarding her subject. I, as most responsible medical professionals, believe in using the most conservative successful form of treatment.