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... I have been a CAD draftsman for the last 6 years. I am currently a Draftsman and also the PC tech guy here at work. Computers are my life. ... (3 replies)
... I'm doing a study on the triggers of seizures. I was curious to know if anyone experiences seizures due to computer monitors? ... (3 replies)
... l conditions with a few rare exceptions that the person may be injured in. If it's say a cleaning or office job, you don't tell them. If you are an iron worker and working at heights, you tell them. ... (5 replies)

... Although I have never had a seizure while on the computer, I have had them watching television and my doctor told me that too much television will trigger seizures. ... (3 replies)
... here about the hormone issues. You can look them up under my number for more details but I'll try to explain a little here. Back in 2005 I started having these seizures and didn't know it until I was in an ambulance after I was talking to a friend in a public place and became disoriented and she called for help. ... (8 replies)
Help, confused
Aug 10, 2005
... images or video games. These seizures or loss of consciousness may occur even if the person has never had an epileptic seizure. ... (6 replies)
... Keppra, Phenobarbital, Progesterone, Magnesium, Selenium, Taurine, Vit B6, B Complex, and Vit D. ... (3 replies)
... I am 53 and post menopausal but have been on estrogen for about 8 years now and I think my hormone levels are within the normal range as is most of everything else. ... (34 replies)
... Yes, I would recommend getting an ID bracelet or necklace. There are several styles to choose from. You never know where you're going to be and if something happens an EMT will look for this and be able to know what you're problem is. ... (34 replies)
... I have had three seizures since I started a job where I have to do a lot of computer work. Before that, I had not had a seizure in 30 years. It is a laptop and I have not had the seizures while operating it. Two were at night and one was during the day, after I had left work. ... (2 replies)
... I had very infrequent seizures as a child. In my teen years they went away. Then after I gave birth to my twins at age 19 I started having seizures again like crazy. ... (9 replies)
Epileptic Auras
Aug 28, 2008
... I get very emotional ever time which usually leaves me quietly crying and moaning while I fall asleep on the couch. ... (15 replies)
... Thank you for responding. They have reviewed everything and said I was a good candidate for the surgery. They said meds would not help control my seizures and I have tried other meds in the past that didn't work either. If I do decide to have the surgery it would be around the first of the year. ... (22 replies)
... Another thing when connecting seizures and computers... when I'm at school I can't even go NEAR the computer lab and I couldn't figure out why those bothered me SO much more.... it was the floresent lights plus the computer. So I think it has to do with the lighting also. ... (11 replies)
... just give you a quickie right now. Research Catamenial Epilepsy. This can start at either puberty or menopause. My gut feeling is you're hitting perimenopause and your hormones are the culprit here. Do you keep track of these things on a calendar? ... (2 replies)
... I can tell you from experience that computer screens and the eye strain from the backlighting can provoke seizures for me. ... (2 replies)
... You're lucky you didn't get in an accident. That happened to me 2 years ago and I totaled my car and now I can't drive until I'm 6 mo. seizure free. ... (7 replies)
... food allergies, and in women they can be caused by Estrogen Dominance. ... (6 replies)
... Have you had an MRI and CT Scan lately? ... (7 replies)
... If you've had this for 10 years that means you were 17 when you got it. It fits right in with the hormones and the Catamenial Epilepsy. It can start at either puberty or menopause with the hormone changes going on in the brain. ... (4 replies)




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