... I was supposed to have one done, but then I changed Dr.'s, and never went through with it. I also started meds and stopped having nocturnal seizures. ... (5 replies)
... diagnosed with nocturnal seizures and get their opinions on what I might be experiencing. I've been doing research on nocturnal seizures and have found that they are dangerous in some cases and can lead to sudden unexplained death, especially in younger people. ... (0 replies)
... not stressful beacause stress is what truly effects my epilepsy. Any suggestions would be appreciated and would be glad to hear from others who suffer only from nocturnal seizures. ... (3 replies)
... Hi, my doctors have not been able to identify an underlying cause to my malignant high blood pressure and sudden onset nocturnal seizures. Anyone else have something similar happen to then? ... (0 replies)
... Sounds very similar to yours, although I also have daytime seizures (complex partial). I wake up with the inside of my cheeks or side of my tongue (usually right side) chewed, and feel worn out, sometimes with a headache when I wake up. Have also been incontinent at times (maybe 1/4 - 1/3 of the time), so keep a pad on the bed to protect the mattress.
A lot of people have... (7 replies)
... I KNOW that feeling....my son has seizures and many time he sleeps with his dad....this is what I found for you. Not sure it will be of help but maybe. ... (3 replies)
... Those all sound like my nocturnal seizures as well. If I woke up wet, that was a dead give away for me. ... (20 replies)
... Strong feeling that I have nocturnal seizures as well as those when I'm awake...some mornings I wake up and the inside of my cheeks, and tongue are chewed up, I ache, and have often been incontinent. ... (20 replies)
... Hi, I am 53 and a male, just started having nocturnal seizures. All tests were negative. My neuro thinks its from pain medication and or nutra sweet and caffeine. The last one was early morning and I had 4 in a row. ... (20 replies)
I only have nocturnal seizures, my neurologist thought i wasnt being quite truthful with him (so medication wasnt working etc.) but then i recently moved to a new area and got a new consultant. when he read my notes and heard my description, (just like yours) he was delighted-he did his 'big thing' at med school on nocturnal epilepsy, and i finally had some-one who... (20 replies)
... Hello! I don't know if anyone else has suggested this, but I believe I have read that nocturnal seizures can be caused by a drop in blood sugar during the night. I would recommend a protein snack before bedtime and protein when he wakes up. ... (4 replies)
... Just wondering. I have only nocturnal seizures too and experience an "aura" just before it wakes me up all the way. ... (20 replies)
... I have had since, I have had auras. One other time I was having auras in the morning so I went back to bed and woke up later and was fine. I never had "auras" or seizures before I took Paxil. ... (1 replies)
... I am on Levetiracetam (Keppra), 500 mg/twice a day for approx 3 1/2 yrs. Have been free of nocturnal tonic-clonic seizures for 3yrs (on Feb. 14th) and most of my partials. I have the odd sp, sometimes for several consecutive days around my monthy cycle, where I experience a strange nauseated feeling and just feel off, as well as many headaches.
Other than that, I'm great. (1 replies)
... I have nocturnal seizures and was on Keppra and it kept me seizure free for almost 2 years but then i gradually increased my seizures and currently i have had 3 in 3 months so have started lamictal with keppra. Thoughts anyone? ... (5 replies)
... yrs. and had seizures in my sleep constantly, not that Kroger cared but anyway, it was not until my 2nd marriage that my wife noticed the correlation between my seizures and the amount of stress I was under at the time. ... (3 replies)
... Yes I'm right where you are now. I have been off work for ten years because of my seizures. I did have brain surgery thought all was going to be good. But I never could go back to work. Before then my boss was a great boss. My memory was terrible and yes they gave me no stress at work. I took time off whenever and the boss was a great person and understood. I know you can't... (3 replies)
... Yes, it is possible for you to be having seizures in your sleep. Nocturnal seizures. How old were you when you started menstruating? ... (4 replies)
... I have nocturnal seizures, and the smell thing really bugs me at times, too. ... (6 replies)
... If they occur around when you fall asleep (or nap?) it's possible that this could be nocturnal seizures (seizures that occur during sleep). I would strongly encourage you to see a neurologist. Bring in your notes of when you can confirm these occurred and your descriptions of what you felt to try and help the doctor.
Any family history may help diagnose or eliminate... (12 replies)