I'm glad they did the test. I'm sorry that they have not found the cause yet. Perhaps 2nd and 3rd opinions are needed. Hope they will find answers soon. Best wishes! 💜
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I don't have any experience with it. I'm going through premenopause so I'm interested in more information too. I have heard that menopause can effect seizure activity. From what I've read seizures can increase during premenopause and menopause and typically decrease again post menopause. Here is a good article about it. Hope it helps. Best wishes to you! 💜
There are many types of auras (also called petit mal seizures). When I was younger I thought they were panic attacks. My auras start with a blank stare and a lightheaded/dizzy feeling, I get nauseous and feel my stomach "drop" like a sense of doom. My hands get sweaty. Lately I have been having ringing in one of my ears at the start of the aura. Sometimes I have de ja vu. It's an overall weird feeling. Sometimes they are very quick and sometimes they last a couple of minutes. It makes me have extreme anxiety because for me, it can lead into a grand mal seizure. I used to try to distract myself by getting up and moving around to think about something else. But it doesn't help all the time. Hope my description helps, but it can be different for everyone 💜
Fri, Feb 21 7:01am · Recovering from a traumatic experience: fear of having another seizure in Mental Health
I completely understand your fear. I have extreme anxiety about having another seizure. I was seizure free (controlled with meds) for 16 years and then I had a grand mal out of the blue. I have an appointment with an epileptologist on Tuesday to try and figure out things. I have been taking an anxiety medication that helps short term. Once we get things somewhat controlled I will start visiting a counselor if I can get a ride lol. Make sure to do some research about the counselor. You need one that specializes in this area. Maybe ask your neurologist for a referral. I'm glad you have some persistant parents. Best wishes to you! 💜
Wed, Jan 29 7:43am · Loss of consciousness, screaming, incontinence and weakness in Epilepsy & Seizures
Hopefully once her levels straighten out these episodes will resolve themselves.i would still see a neurologist just in case and be sure to mention her diabetes. Sending prayers your way! 💜
Wed, Jan 29 6:40am · Loss of consciousness, screaming, incontinence and weakness in Epilepsy & Seizures
I'm curious if her levels were checked since she is diabetic. It can cause some of the symptoms of seizures. I don't have experience with this but I have heard of others having episodes that have diabetes. Maybe check with the doctor that is helping with her diabetes in addition to the neurologist. Best wishes! 💜