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... I began treatment for nocturnal seizures approximately four months ago, but noticed strange things in the morning first. For example, I woke up with a severely swollen bottom lip one morning, and another day it was the inside of my cheek that had been affected. ... (6 replies)
... Go see another doctor.... preferably a neurologist. ... (19 replies)
... s so weird and scarry too i felt like i was trying to wake up but couldnt and when i did wake up i was so tired and confused and the dream scared me to dealth if you want me to tell you about the dream i will tomorrow since its late and i have to get to bed. ... (8 replies)

... this is soo true and it is alot easyier at time to pick them up in your sleep .but the also had to take me off all my meds in order for them to show up on the eeg .so Neurwreck is right. keeping you all in my thoughts DragonPrincess. ... (8 replies)
... You probably wouldn't feel the seizure if you're sleeping. I know I had one in my sleep a while ago when I woke up in the morning with a fat lip. I must have sucked my lower lip into my mouth and clenched my upper lip on it. It never bled but I had a blood blister there and it was sore and swollen. ... (3 replies)
... To tell you the truth, I can't tell you what I feel like DURING a seizure .... I'm totally out of it. That means that it's like I fainted .... having no sensations or awareness around me. For me, it's like being knocked out. ... (32 replies)
... Would it be possible to have someone sleep with you to observe what is happening? ... (5 replies)
... Hi, really could relate to your last three paragraphs. I was born with epilepsy, so I do not really know any other way of life. I have always been sensitive to light, when you talk about your 3rd last paragraph. I get this a lot, if I am in a car driving on a sunny day, this happens to me. ... (5 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)
... like if it's a 'normal' seizure for you, when to not call an ambulance, and when to let you sleep it off, and when to note that something is different and get you help. ... (7 replies)
... First I not anyone in my family is diagnosed with Epilepsy, but we do have some seizure issues, and I thought and hoped the good people over here could shed some light on the mystry. ... (5 replies)
... I think you must have a gut feeling regarding this. It does sound like seizure activity to me. Our daughter has had E for 16 years. She was diagnosed at the age of 9 months and had surgery for it June 7, 2004. ... (2 replies)
... my boyfriend recently died due to a grand mal seizure in his sleep. He was not epileptic but he had seizures that were directly related to stress. ... (2 replies)
... Don't stress out or let things bother you. One of my problems was to get very intense at work and then when a break or lunch came I'd be able to relax a bit and then the chances of a seizure increased. Don't drive on your lunch break. Actually, you shouldn't drive at all. ... (5 replies)
First seizure
Jan 13, 2004
... Hello to all. My name is Latisha and I am a mother of 4. I have two sons ages 4 and 6, a daughter who will be 2 next week and a stepdaughter who will be 15. Unfortunately, on Dec. 19, when I woke up, I noticed paramedics in my room. ... (12 replies)
... Sounds to me that you very possibly could have had a seizure in your sleep! And, like Amy, I too know that seizures can happen in your sleep! ... (6 replies)
Sleep Seizures
Apr 18, 2008
... by the way, taking the meds an hour earier shouldn't make you have a seizure. Not having enough med. in your system can cause you a seizure. You may be doing this already but you need to get blood work to check your levels. ... (3 replies)
... Sorry it has taken so long to reply. I was without a computer for several weeks. ... (206 replies)
... Do you have your med levels checked regularly? ... (3 replies)
... you are not your disorder. ... (7 replies)

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