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... Epilepsy that is characterized by abnormal electrical activity in the temporal lobe of the brain. ... (16 replies)
... what is temple lobe epilepsy ? ... (16 replies)
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... r candidates who were told the same prognosis but luckily had excellent outcomes. I guess this depends on the actual surgery your having and the area the surgeon is cutting out. How much damage did they say it can? ... (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 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)
... This is excellent, I hope the test turns out on your favor. How long you think it'll take before they give you the results? ... (16 replies)
... I have had the MRI test done for memory and language. The functional MRI is a test that shows blood flow to different regions of the brain while performing certain tasks e.i. ... (16 replies)
... Free at Last"... I hope this doesnt get me in trouble, but as long as it helps it's ok. I think the functional MRI your talking about is the WADA, have you had this test done yet? ... (16 replies)
... ame questions I have of the doctor. As yet, there have been no specifics. I have researched, extensively, ways to help ascertain locations where vital activity is taking place, hence my inquirey of the doctor about Functioal MRI testing. Do you know of others who have taken such test and the results. ... (16 replies)
... Currently, my head is kind of in a fog! ... (16 replies)
... My seizure focus is in my Left Temporal Lobe. I too have, monthly, partial complex seizures. ... (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)
... 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)
... 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)
... Hi 030free: I have wrapped up my pre-surgery tests and am awaiting word from my Neurologist. I am sitting on pins and needles! Jim (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)
... sume alcohol of any kind or take calcium pills prior to two hours after taking my Dilantin. That can have negative impact on drug levels. Since going back to what I believe is the original drug, my blood levels are back to a consistant and desirable level. ... (7 replies)
... seizure medications are less likely to be effective. I think what distinguishes TLE are the types of reactions during seizures. ... (7 replies)
... minutes. The hospital are carrying out tests and have suggested TLE. I believe it could be stress related as she is 17 studying for ALevels etc. If it is TLE what are the treatments? ... (7 replies)

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