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... Epilepsy that is characterized by abnormal electrical activity in the temporal lobe of the brain. ... (16 replies)
... hi im wondering if you can help, My partner has temple lobe epilepsy on the left and has stopped taking his meds as he doesn't like them. ... (16 replies)
... what is temple lobe epilepsy ? ... (16 replies)

... I have left temporal lobe seizures (partial complex) and it means that the abnormal brain wave activity (the reason for his seizures) is a problem with the brain in the left temporal lobe. (On the left side of his head, near his temple). (16 replies)
... Hi Laura: I very much appreciate your input! My seizure focus is in my Left Temporal Lobe. I too have, monthly, partial complex seizures. I have been experiencing these seizures for 50 years and have been on meds for 40 years. The WADA test confirmed my speech center is located in my left temporal lobe. The test also revealed I have equal, if not better, memory... (16 replies)
... Through my research, I have been informed that temporal lobe epilepsy is not hereditary. Rather, it is precipitated by trauma to the brain. The trauma can be from an impact or high fever. ... (16 replies)
... Hi Jim, I know is nerve wrecking but its a blessing to be a candidate for these surgeries. Which temporal lobe R or L? ... (16 replies)
... We're restricted on posting links here, but you can do a search on TLE, or temporal lobe epilepsy. The seizures originate from the temporal lobe of the brain. It's a recurrent condition. ... (16 replies)
... I had an eeg, which showed my left temporal lobe was the culprit, but they couldn't rule out the right either. I had a cat scan which showed nothing! ... (7 replies)
... qualities, resulting from left temporal lobe surgery for partial complex seizures. I understand the relevance of these concerns. ... (16 replies)
... well Jim I think this sounds pretty good, its just too bad you had to wait 50 yrs to undergo this surgery of even think about. Im still on my meds Keppra 3000mg/day and Trileptal 1200mg/day, and this was one of the my major reasons for undergoing surgery to get off these meds and start a family. I though it would be 1 yr seizure free prior to tamperring off the meds but my... (16 replies)
... certrate mixing numbers up.......... I was at work so I was sent to hospital.. and 1 hour later i had large a grand mal whilst awake............ some doctors say temple lobe epilepsy some say complex....... ... (12 replies)
... The right tepmoral lobe is what it sounds like. It's located by the right side near your temple. It's involved with memory, emotions, language and behavior. ... (14 replies)
... I am undergoing right temple lobe surgery on the 12th of novermber too, I am 29 and suffer numerous types of seizures since I was 15. ... (9 replies)
... I was on a generic dilantin (cannot remember what company off hand) but I do recall it was a capsule that was purple and white. I had unstable levels with that companies version of phenytoin (generic dilantin). I was brought to the emergency room 3 times due to low levels and pumped up with large doses ranging from 1800mg to 2200mg my means of IV to raise the levels in my... (7 replies)
... I am currently only on Dilantin. However, my Dilantin was made by a different company. While I have been taking the same amount as previously, my blood levels were definitely lower. This created unfortunate problems for me. I do not consume alcohol of any kind or take calcium pills prior to two hours after taking my Dilantin. That can have negative impact on drug levels.... (7 replies)
... HI, I also have TLE usually I get a rising feeling in my stomach similar to a rollercoaster, then I blank out. I'm told that I repeat the same words over and over and then I'm confused for about 30 minutes. Like your daughter I didn't start having them until I was 17. The medications I'm taking are 1200mg Tegretol and 2500mg Keppra. I still have seizures but only 1 or 2/year.... (7 replies)
... Not that this is the case with everyone,but,pay attention to if the seizures come around time of her menses,if it does let the doctors know.I have always had TLE,but,in my case it was also called catamenial epilepsy.Believe it or not,I had seizures for 22 years until my ex realised my seizures always came right before or after that time of the month,my parents nor I never... (7 replies)
... I was diagnosed with right TLE at the age of 17 after having my EEG done, and prescribed tegretol max mgs.. for a few yrs. Eventhough time went by and I trieds defferent meds, meds were not helping and i continued to have seizures, so more exams revealed I had mesial sclerosis (dead brain tissue) so my only option was to undergo brain surgery which I had almost 2 yrs ago, I... (7 replies)
... Stress would certainly increase her chances of having seizures. If it is TLE, I'm not sure how the treatments would be different from epilepsy involving other areas of the brain, except that anti-seizure medications are less likely to be effective. I think what distinguishes TLE are the types of reactions during seizures. (7 replies)




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