Seizure of roles

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299260 tn?1304219705 A strong woman isn't afraid of anything… But a woman of strength shows courage in the midst of fear. A strong woman won't let anyone get the better of her… But a woman of strength gives the best of herself to everyone. A strong woman makes mistakes and avoids the same in the future… A woman of strength realiizes life's mistakes can also be unexpected blessings and capitalizes on them. A strong woman wears a look of confidence on her face… But a woman of strength wears grace.
429155 tn?1205676864 I am David aged 55 and employed as a postman/driver/sorter, well up until 38 months ago I had never been into hospital,well boy was that about to change.
Avatar f tn Afterward they were so at peace and went into full-blown taking care of mama mode. They took on the roles of alpha dogs. Now they are 14 years-old and recently, July 14th, one of them died. Max, the surviving schnauzer is completely lost (he is also 98 years-old and has his own health issues) so I have to factor that in. For 3 days he laid in his brother's bed and ate out of his bowl. He was very clingy to me and whined a lot. He never lost his appetite.
Avatar m tn Aside from the VEEG, MRI was also done wherein it correctly localized the lesion of 9 of the 14 who were seizure free after the operation. You can view this at this link: http://www.blackwell-synergy.com/doi/pdf/10.1111/j.0013-9580.2004.33703.x?cookieSet=1 I hope this helps. Take care always and regards.
848969 tn?1238767658 It is difficult for me to understand what the fatty mass in your brain is without being able to view your MRI (Which is not one of our roles on this website). A fatty mass in the brain could be a lipoma, which is basically just that: a collection of fat cells. These are usually incidental findings, meaning they are of little clinical significance.
Avatar f tn Vasovagal refers to the vagus nerve, which among its roles includes supplying parasympathetic nerve fibers to the heart. Stimulation of the vagus nerve can cause slowing of the heart rate and vasodilation of blood vessels, sometimes resulting in fainting or syncope. In many instances, this can be a relatively benign condition. However if syncope is a concern, a cardiac work-up may be recommended to rule out heart disorders.
Avatar f tn He has tried those meds and anti-seizure meds and they don't help. So far nothing helps. It is so frustrating because all of the doctors say "he doesn't fit in one box". He is a father of 3 that cannot function well enough to do anything with his family. We are at our wits end trying to figure it out.
Avatar m tn Still the short time of detoxing off Klonopin Scares me with all the stuff I read on the internet about tapering so you don;t have a seizure. I know many things you need to take with a grain of salkt. But I read so much about the seizures if not tapering over a longer time. Anyone have an idea? is it safe to detox in a hospital in a short amount of time from Klonopin? Thanks and much love.
Avatar f tn During her stay in the hospital, after the second attack, the biggest thing that kept her in there was the irregular rhythm of her heart. Personally, I suspect her heart and stomach have other roles in this than panic attacks or costochondritis, but has anyone here heard of such a thing as I've described? Thus, why I am here seeking other opinions. I am just looking all over for any help i can find. Thanks for any input.
Avatar f tn Why do a lot of men feel like if you are a stay at home you have nothing to stress or be tired about. I'm a mom to a 10 year old girl and 6 year old boy and 29 weeks pregnant with a little girl. I also have severe migraine and seizure disorder. But I get the kids off to school every morning and I cook dinner every night and fix everyone lunch for the next day then help with homework give baths and have them in bed on time. That's a job all by its self.
11119474 tn?1428705770 H Linda - The search for medical answers can be about the most frustrating thing imaginable. This includes the search for docs that can help. I think it's important to keep the roles of different types of docs in mind. Your GP should not really be involved at this point. Your medical needs have long since moved beyond his ability to help. WHether or not you replace him to monitor your general health, blood pressure, cholesterol etc., Is up to you.
Avatar m tn The mu opiate receptor appears to be the primary neuroreceptor in opiod analgesia, while the delta and kappa receptors may have other minor roles in reducing certain kinds of pain. All three opiate receptors may have a role in causing the unwanted side effects -- these complex chemical interactions are not yet well understood. Tramadol is an opiod, and therefore activates the mu opiate receptor, so it can be effective against pain. However, morphine is 600 times more effective than Tramadol.
82861 tn?1333457511 I was already noticing signs of dementia at that time. The one piece of paper we need to help her has tied our hands completely. Because Mom cons the doctors into believing her fairy story that she can live alone independently, (despite the family trying to inform them otherwise) she is human wreckage dying alone in her own filth. Mom refuses to allow us to help in meaningful ways.
Avatar f tn I waited the pain out through the night and actually had a seizure because of how low my blood pressure was due to all of the internal blood loss. Though my surgeon was actually able to stop the bleeding without removing anything, I was still curious as to why he did not remove the cysts let alone my ovaries.
Avatar n tn Question is because I have recently found out my Type 1 diabetic son will not be able to join the military, become an astronaut, drive a tractor trailer, fly an airplane or become a police officer. My son may have 60 plus years of great control. He may have 60 years of poor control. But no one will know this until it happens. In every single job I listed above, you have drug addicts working in them positions. But they are disciplined when they have a positive drug test.
Avatar f tn I think that from time to time our roles may change...you were strong and giving much in the way of helping others get clean...now you need support...you are not the rock of gibralter you know...close tho! u will be ok and i will be happy to lend u support as long as need be...will u do the same for me if i needed it?
Avatar f tn I insisted that I had Keppra and that was my problem for a month. She said she's rarely ever heard of anyone being given anit-seizure medicine during an EEG. She was shocked not to see it documented and she was reading from a scanned document in a laptop. She had me relate what happened and said that obviously by his ignoring me after the Keppra made me sick, I got the DVT and PE. I told her I was trying to concentrate on the positive right now but I did agree.
Avatar f tn But, she saves the WORST for us. She tells us that she has all of this anger and the only way to be rid of it out of her body is to hit and attack us!?!?!?! She is also extremely intelligent, and VERY Creative and loves other kids. She is often charming even. She can be the funniest and sweetest girl...but the tantrums are unbelievable. She almost levitates she is hitting, screaming, jumping, and attacking so hard.
Avatar n tn He had grand mal seizures for about 1 1/2 years, stabilized well on low dose of Tegretol and, great news, has been seizure free for 2 years. He has had significant blood work to eliminate many things and doesn't have Dystonia we think as a primary problem althought it seems to be a secondary issue. He is in good school environment getting PT, OT, and speech.
15607012 tn?1442453350 She said my eyes were rolled back in my head and my entire body was shaking. After that seizure I got much of my memory back and regained more control over my body, but I would lose my balance still and drop things a lot. I often wonder if this is possibly causing problems. It did change my personality and some details about me changed as well. Apparently my favorite color was red before my head injury. I have no memory of that.
Avatar n tn I have to take at least 5 at a time to feel normal. The other day when I ran out, of course I was going thru horrible wd's. Sweating (palms and soles of feet mostly), agitation, thoughts, etc and etc. I had a bottle of Stadol NS Nosespray that I had been given a LONG time ago for migraines, and that I had never really used cuz I didn't like it. But I was desperate so I did 2 blasts. And BAM!
Avatar n tn History of my problem: For as long as I can remember, I have had a problem with my hyoid bone popping out and causing excrutiating pain. It is always the same - the right side of my neck. At about the age of 8 I talked to my pediatrician about it and he promptly told me it was not possible. That I was having anything "pop out" in my neck. He contended that there wasn't anything there that could pop out. So I just continued to push it back into place whenever it popped out.
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