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... s, and nobody else in the family has them...a lot of the time, the cause is never known, but with such a young child developing them, they might want to consider genetic testing. Most people I've known with seizures, however do not have any siblings that also have them. ... (6 replies)
... law became pregnant. Now they are both worried that this baby may experience seizures also. We have no history of this in our family and do not even know anyone with seizures. ... (6 replies)
... So,my opinion would be that they are not genetic. ... (3 replies)

... Also, Are the genetic? ... (3 replies)
... Sam, thank you so much for you imput. When my daughter started with the seizures it was about 1 or so after the dtap shot. I didn't put it together unitl our neuro asked if she had been to the doctors lately for vaccinations. ... (6 replies)
... my husband has a seizure disorder since he was 26yrs old and he is 41 now. He has been taking dilatin for entire time. We have 3 kids and 1 is having seizures. My neuro says that she doesnt' believe it is genentic at all... Who knows Pam in nh (6 replies)
... e takes seizure medication. The doctor said to me that they have no more of a chance than any other child so don't worry because there is medications to control seizures now. ... (6 replies)
... My 9month old has deloped seizures right after she had here booster for DTaP. ... (6 replies)
... would be so rare for her to have anymore reactions to other vaccines....But in the end she was supportive of my choice. It makes me feel better to know that we are not overeacting and that this could have been caused from the vaccine. We hope to know more when we see Dr. Thiele at Mass General in boston next month. ... (6 replies)
... Yes, they can come back, but they may not. They may never come back, they may come back many many years from now, or they could come back next week. But there are many types of seizures that are more common in childhood and do stop in adolesence. So you can probably trust your doctor that they won't come back. ... (3 replies)
... With some in the family that have had seizures that increases the tendency to show a genetic inclination for seizures. I hope yours stop, but contine to see the Neuro every year if thats what they ask. ... (3 replies)
... Flourescent tubes are known for seizure triggers. Most stores use these for lighting due to being cost effecient and lighting a larger area. ... (3 replies)
Scared
Apr 1, 2006
... If your sort of seizures are not genetic, there's zippo chance of giving them to your child. Most sorts of seizures are never really identified as to why they happen. ... (5 replies)
... s for both ends of your case! Thats GREAT! Also very rare for first med outta the gate. I speak after going through a handfull of meds that didn't work for my seizures over YEARS. ... (5 replies)
Genetic?
Jul 4, 2004
... of cases that are genetic... ... (1 replies)
Nocturnal Seizures
Aug 30, 2007
... It is believed that my husband's seizures are from a brain tumor. His original diagnosis was Sterge Weber but his last Neur. thought it might be Von Hippel Lindau. Either one is genetic in origin. ... (3 replies)
... grow out of them. and it's so fusterating because the meds keep him knocked out most of the day and yet he still has the seizures, i dont even know if the meds are helping much. thank you for replying. ... (21 replies)
... e and the stiffening of the body and the blue coloration of the skin as all the blood rushes to the brain to protect it. My son who is also 10 has tonic clonic seizures and he gets stiff, turns blue, foams at the mouth and then begins to jerk as the electrical impulses in his brain stop firing one by one. ... (3 replies)
... many are much less intense. I"ve been diagnosed for 10 years, and there's been no progression at all, with medication, and being aware of symptoms. ... (15 replies)
... what you wrote about west syndrome, i started to look up because it sounds just like cole, and so far everything i read this am on it, it fits him to a T, the movements exactly are his , enen the redness of his eye brows,the cluster of spasms,the EEG's, crying all of it, i thought his seizures were changing , but it said about 4-6 months they start to show, and thats when... (21 replies)




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