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... Sorry your seizures came back. My 10 year old son was diagnosed back in Sept. with a Generalized seizure disorder. ... (1 replies)
... Since 2001, I have been doing just fine and my epilepsy was controlled with Depakote. Since I didn't have any symptoms I asked my neuro if I could try getting off the medicine. ... (1 replies)
Seizures Worse
Dec 3, 2004
... We've spoken before about need to find someone ASAP. I don't think flying in an airplane to California is a good idea. ... (9 replies)

... When I was little i had convulsions and my doctors put me on Phemabarbatol. when I was five they took me off it. ... (5 replies)
... quite as good as doing it on your own but still you get the opportunity. One thing I have found increasingly annoying is my living arrangments. I live in a unit and my mum lives in the unit next door to keep an eye on me so hence independant living is one thing gone. ... (7 replies)
... Hi I have recently been diagnosed with complex partial seizures in the region of my left temporal lobe. ... (5 replies)
... Is there a relation between flying and seizures? ... (4 replies)
... Hi, a few days ago I was flying back from vacation and I had a seizure on the plane. I blacked out and started convulsing, apparently for a minute and a half. ... (4 replies)
... Hello, I have been having simple partial seizures for about ten years now. ... (0 replies)
... im already studying that time and i m on my 2nd yr.h. ... (0 replies)
... You can tell me all the statistics you want but I've got my own evidence and records that show that these seizures happen to me right around the new moon and the week of the full moon, and always, always, always, 2 days after the full moon!!!!! No if, ands, or buts about it!!! ... (7 replies)
... ng the two times he bumped his head, even the Tech today thought it could be an explanation. I don't know. It's been a shock but I will accept whatever happens and do everything I can to help him. Does what I described sound like he definitely had a seizure? ... (4 replies)
... Ask what you don't know!!! Ask anything even if it sounds silly! You need to know everything and you are coming from the point of knowing nothing. So feel free to ask the doctor any question even if it sounds crazy!! ... (4 replies)
Second seizure.
Jan 31, 2009
... I suffered a head injury when I was 16 and had a grand mal seizure at the same time. ... (1 replies)
Mar 11, 2008
... meaning the medication is not enough in your system to keep the seizures away. ... (3 replies)
... DEB, my daughter has a type of epilepsy called absence seizures. she doesnt drop to the floor and convulse and i am extremely grateful for that. what she does do is daze of into space and get this lost look in her eyes. ... (18 replies)
... If stress is a factor in your seizures I'd watch out. Otherwise, good luck. ... (3 replies)
... on board, just in case....and, yeah, don't want the truckers having seizures with their bazillion pounds of missle behind them. ... (18 replies)
... Neuro interesting two of the potential jobs you mentioned as exceptions. I'll say this, FAA regulations state persons with seizures CANNOT obtain a GA (general aviation) license under *any* circumstance for the "standard" birds. You have a health card you need to maintain annually to keep flying. There is a different "class" of license that we could get. The sportsman... (18 replies)
... causes no hazards in my case. I have logged around 50 hours in single engine aircrafts both high wing and low wing, wheel and float. ... (4 replies)

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