Seizure in medical terms

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Avatar n tn Please advise us of the above treatment and how to avoid this giddiness and most importantly how to prevent another episode of seizure. His employment demands him to work in the computer and has prolonged working hours (12 hours and more) every day.
250155 tn?1485299539 //www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/ Under the search dropdown just pick PubMed and type your terms in the box. These are scientific articles, reviews, etc but be aware that just because one study says something does not necessarily mean it is true and applicable to all. So just because it is published does not mean it is a "good" study although most journals are in fact peer-reviewed.
Avatar m tn Hi, English is not my native language and I'm not really good with medical terms, so please bear with me. I have these strange attacks (paroxysms, seizures??), they start like this: 1. suddenly out of nowhere I feel nausea like the highest strength of nausea when you feel like you are going to puke the next moment (but you don't) 2. Simultaneously my saliva is starting to be generated like crazy, I could fill a trash can if I wanted, like rainfalls of saliva. 3.
Avatar n tn Respectfully, you are confusing medical terms, including the requirement for the diagnosis of epilepsy, which is irrelevant. Your symptoms are typical of what is cdalled a petit mal seizure. Such siezures can be induced in a helicopter pilot (without a diagnosis of epilepsy) by the flickering of the sun through the helicopter blades. People have various genetic make-ups and some are more mprone to this than others.
Avatar f tn I was addicted to Fioricet for a lifetime and, as far as I know, there's not a medical treatment to get them out of your system( you mean in a couple of days I guess) and you wouldn't want to do that anyway. If you rapidly detox from this, you increase your risk of seizure(s). Slow is the way to go and THEN you need to go after support. It may be very difficult to do this alone...You need to change up your routines, as well.
Avatar n tn ), however, the likelihood of your father suffering additional seizures would be low, although as always, one can never make promises in medicine. Until your father's neurologist is convinced he's out of the woods in terms of recurrent seizure risk, it is prudent for him to take seizure precautions--- specifically, no driving, swimming, bathing (showers are OK), climbing, or doing any other activity (i.e.
82861 tn?1333457511 I have to fight both my mother and her numerous doctors and the medical system in general to keep her alive. The stress is literally killing me now. I can't sleep, grind my teeth unconsciously to the point of migraines, and now add skyrocketing blood pressure and chest pain to the mix. I'd probably be dead by now if it weren't for my pain shrink. Last weekend I tried to take a break from it all and told my siblings that I was unplugging my phones.
211940 tn?1267884866 To all: I have written about this experience before, just two short weeks ago. Call it an "event" or an "episode" (whatever you wish). Last night, around 11PM, maybe sooner, First, my feet began feeling cold (on the inside, if you know what I mean), but to the touch they were warm. Next, I began getting tremors in my left arm (start, stop, start, stop, etc.
Avatar f tn My daughter has maybe 2-3 more days in detox cause she's in such bad shape and methodone was one of the things she was on and then will be transferred to rehab for at LEAST a month, hopefully more. I am home now and planning another trip to visit her in the middle of her rehab stay. I realize it isn't over yet, but at this point I can't imagine how she could ever go back to that life. Fingers crossed.
Avatar n tn and my body may be trying to repair it or settle it down by drawing upon my body's stores of Vit B12, thereby depleting them a bit. This would make sense in terms of anxiety too, because with anxiety your nervous system is always kind of super-charged....so maybe your body tries to settle down your nervous system during anxiety by drawing upon your stores of Vit B12, again, depleting them and causing a Vit B12 deficiency??
Avatar n tn It is certainly possible that all of us have something in common, other than the fizzing sound, but in terms of medical problems. I myself have hypertension, sleep apnea, some mild back problems, migraines, and am battling with being overweight. I am glad to see I am not alone with this weird sound in my head. I would not have even known how to try and describe it, should I ever have come up with the nerve to ask a physician about it.
82861 tn?1333457511 We took Mom to the ER Saturday night as she was in extreme back and leg pain. She couldn't even stand to go to the bathroom, feed herself or dress herself. The day before she was positively diagnosed with blood in her stool. We had to pull a whole lot of strings to get her admitted as nobody believed she was sick enough for admission. All hell broke loose when they got the intial blood work in. Mom's hemoglobin was a 6. Yes, a six. That's not a typo.
Avatar n tn Take stock of each of your w/d symptom and think about what it means in terms of healing your body....that's a good, though painful sign! Hang in there...and when you have time, read through the early journals of EmilyPost and FinallyFred on the tramadol recovery room journal pages. They were pioneers of tramadol addiction recover and it helped me a lot. Search for EmilyPost in the search box and go to her earliest journals on her profile page. Let us know how you are doing...
Avatar m tn I passed out and had a seizure which has lead me to severe anxiety and depression. I've been in bed for the past few months due to the depression... it's been horrible. But back to the drop feeling, I didn't have it when I was on the Ativan. Had it before, and I just recently weened off Ativan and now I have it again. I say it must be caused by the nervous system because Ativan suppresses the central nervous system which is what helps you relax when severely anxious.
Avatar n tn The what ifs, and the shoulda-couldas in terms of my little brother's safety. I admit, I'm guilty of it myself from time to time, but the instant gratification of confirming our worries has gotten out of hand with free medical consultation sites.
Avatar m tn One aspect of it is called dopamine supersensitivity, but doctors dont know much about this in its complexity. it is related on the one hand to mood disorders, on the other to chronic fatigue, in terms of the neurological features. GOOD LUCK. Oh, and stop smoking weed and cigarettes (ive kicked both), cut down on your masturbation, and do things that are productive and make you feel good.
320576 tn?1204087293 He has always been a drinking man until he had a seizure in Sept and they said it was because of his drinking, so he quit....that was it. They also found that his liver enzymes were elevated and eventually diagnosed Hep C. So....now here we are in Feb and he acts like nothing has happened. He has also started drinking again. He knows I dont approve, so he is hiding it.
195469 tn?1388326488 Treat your patient with compassion. 2. Never demean your patient by talking over their head in medical terminology. Remember they coming to you for help and need you to speak so that they can understand you. They wouldn't be with you if they felt well and those of us who have all these confusing symptoms really feel lost and sick and don't want to be confused any more than we already are. 3. If you do not know what is wrong, admit it.
Avatar n tn That's what I did at one time and it made a world of difference. My doc had a pharmacy in the same medical complex as his office run by a pharmacist who had known my doctor since their college days. I never had any problem getting my scripts filled when I went that route. You might try that. 2) May I respectfully suggest that, if you're having chronic, debilitating migraines requiring narcotics to treat the pain, having a child is about the last thing you need.
Avatar n tn I wonder if any of us have other medical issues in common. I have restless legs syndrome, osteoarthritis, MVP, Barrett's esophagus, eczema. I always have an ache somewhere but seem to have episodes of all over pain. Some days I feel very fuzzy, have had a little bit of a balance problem lately with increased pain in the neck area. I also am having a major problem with TMJ and can't open my jaw enough to eat a sandwich. I'm under chiropractic care for this.
2186126 tn?1384961026 I went from feeding her once in the morning and once in the evening to 3 smaller meals throughout the day. Another thing is the thirst, it's insatiable. She would drink constantly. They shed, she would get lil white mole looking things everywhere. Then she started getting really weak. She would go out to potty, but I'd have to help her down the steps (I'm not going to let her stumble and risk falling) and I'd help her back up.
Avatar n tn Needless to say, doctors are reluctant to perform surgery in the absence of an accepted indication and patients are not interested in surgery when the benefits are explained in the terms. Has your doctor looked for other possible causes e.g. gastroparesis small intestine pathology? Abdominal pain is often a diagnostic dilemna and a multitude of tests may be needed before a diagnosis is made.
Avatar f tn 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.
Avatar n tn Cat=71 Yes My best friend is my MD/DO and he told me the same thing A DO is an ostopath I don't know if I spelled that right but they have an understanding more of the sketal and muscular system than an MD at least that's what he's told me in laymens terms. He said that's very rare!
233622 tn?1279338505 Sweetheart, I have never been a nurse or in the medical field. But saying that you thought I was, is a compliment...so thank you. Now swallow hard and get ready to take action against this disease. You are doing the right thing for you and your life, dear. Positive attitude...remember? You are going to do just fine with the Avonex. I just know it. And really, I think that a 24 hour before shot time medication will really help you.
Avatar n tn I dont know if a vessel has contracted and if I get my heart rate up there I will have a stroke/cardiac arrest/seizure. Or a clogged vessel in my leg (the insides hurt a little too) that is keeping an adequate amount of blood form going where it needs to go. when I workout i lift for 2+ hrs of intense stuff. i take a pre-workout nitrox/oxide supplement that gets you jacked and puts you in the zone.
Avatar f tn I think bbxx like with anything medical it begins with the nurses and ends with the doctors and nurses are basically a doctors assistant but have alot to put on the table in terms of professional experience and training.....sometimes thats all it takes is a simple suggestion to point a person in the right direction and you don't have to be a nurse to do that.
Avatar f tn A significant change in the usual seizure pattern like in terms of seizure type, seizure length, or associated symptoms needs immediate medical attention. A changing pattern of seizures may indicate ineffective control of seizures or ineffectivity of the anticonvulsants. It is best to consult your neurologist about it and get the appropriate treatment. Hope it helps. Best wishes!
585414 tn?1288944902 As stated in the last entry I did call my neurologist. He was away today so I spoke to his assistant. The Dantrolene had been raised to 4 pills and caused muscle collapse (the respiratory distress and accompanying hallucinations mitigated, those are because it "depresses the central nervous system" as do many muscle relexants) so I had to lower it to 3 pills. This is ultimately not very successful as the dystonic reactions are coming back.
Avatar m tn And therefore your response to interferon can even be better in terms of clearing the virus. In many cases the way I was told when the e-antigen falls, and if escape mutant does not develop, surface antibody appears shortly after and you could be done with HBV even in 6 months time. It varies based on individuals immune system, how many infections they have besides HepB all this influences your bodies ability to interferon response.