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Signs & Symptoms of Epilepsy by Medical Team Posted Sun 24 Aug 2008 4:41pm Here is a list of some of the common signs and symptoms of Epilepsy: Aggression Agitation Anger Changed hearing Continuous sequence of seizures Convulsions Grand mal seizures Hallucinations Localized muscle spasm Loss of consciousness Mood changes Muscle pain Muscle spasms Muscle tremor No loss of consc ... Read on »
Gender May Play Role in Psych Symptoms in Kids With Epilepsy by HealthFinder Posted Fri 25 Mar 2011 1:00pm healthnewslink Girls had more emotional problems while boys had more inattention/hyperactivity, study found. ... Read on »
That Scary "S" Word by Ali Patient ExpertFacebook Posted Wed 27 Jan 2010 6:53pm I'm just going to go ahead and brag a bit, I feel pretty optimistic (possibly a tad over-optimistic) yet very realistic, that I have a good grasp on what to expect as the mommy of a 'lil miracle man living with hydranencephaly! Ok, that said...let me also admit one crucial aspect that just scares the buh-jesus outta me for one reason or another.. ... Read on »
Treating Epilepsy: From Drug Therapy to Surgery by EpilepsyTeam .. Posted Sun 24 Aug 2008 1:49pm DAVID FOLK THOMAS: Welcome to our webcast. I'm David Folk Thomas. The topic is epilepsy and, more specifically,the treatment of epilepsy. Over 2 million Americans have been diagnosedwith this disease, but the good news is that 80% of people can have their seizures controlled with medication. We're going to get into thevarious treatments for epileps ... Read on »
The Purple Game to End Epilepsy by elizabeth Posted Sun 14 Apr 2013 3:24pm The Occidental College Girls' Lacrosse team out did themselves, supporting their captain, Lauren Wemple, who has epilepsy. Here they are pre-game, getting pumped and warmed up. Here we are, pre-game, getting pumped and warmed up Here is Sophie, walking the field Here is Lauren and her friend Hilary -- before the game ... Read on »
#autism gene AUTS2 tied to dyslexia ADHD epilepsy ID motor delay microcephaly MORE SYMPTOMS should be part of ASD DX by Harold L D. Patient Expert Posted Tue 10 Sep 2013 6:54am "Dr. Lynn Waterhouse @autismideasfail 6 Sep h ttp://bit.ly/17WbZVi     #autism  gene AUTS2 tied to dyslexia ADHD epilepsy ID motor delay microcephaly MORE SYMPTOMS should be part of ASD DX" The above Tweet by Dr. Lynn Waterhouse, author of Rethinking Autism: Variation and Complexity ,  who also worked with Dr. Lorna Wing on the A ... Read on »
Seizure Control: What Can You Take for Epilepsy? by EpilepsyTeam .. Posted Sun 24 Aug 2008 1:49pm WILLIAM ROSENFELD, MD: What happens with epilepsy is that there's some abnormal brain discharges. We all have millions of normally functioning brain cells. What happens is: Think of it as telephone wires. If one or two wires are at fault, the telephone doesn't work. Well, that's the same thing that happens with epilepsy. ANNOUNCER: Epilepsy is a ... Read on »
A Humble Father's Simple Autism, Intellectual Disability and Epilepsy Research Questions by Harold L D. Patient Expert Posted Thu 30 Jan 2014 3:19am I have been trying to read, and understand, literature about autism disorders since my son was diagnosed with an autism disorder almost 16 years ago. (Many would undoubtedly suggest I have far to go in development of that understanding).  In the last few years I have begun to try and read and learn more about epilepsy and seizures, largely b ... Read on »
From Blog Fog to epilepsy, then to PTSD/DID DP/DR and Dissociation, then Finally Back by patientanonymous Patient ExpertHealth Maven Posted Sun 10 Apr 2011 12:00am I’m tired.  I can’t wake up.  It’s also taken me hours to type this, even in draft, as I’m still doing the “few-or-two-fingered typing thing.”  It’s annoying as all hell, and I can’t get things done, as it slows me down too much.  I need to be like Data, from Star Trek TNG. Actually, I had a Simple part ... Read on »
Amy Wyatt, from Signs Miracles a ... by Michele W. Patient Expert Posted Sat 01 Nov 2008 1:49pm Amy Wyatt, from Signs Miracles and Wonders, has a beautiful little boy who lives with Epilepsy. She will be posting most of the month on issues regarding this Invissible Chronic Illness. Please make sure you vist Amy and encourage her and her family as they struggle daily with this disease. About Epilepsy What you need to know When it ... Read on »