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... out of the fear or trauma or is the rage the seizure and the seizure is lasting as long as the rage? ... (3 replies)
... out of the fear or trauma or is the rage the seizure and the seizure is lasting as long as the rage? ... (5 replies)
... Life is filled with stressful situations. My doctor says that is what causes most of my seizures. In order for me to not seizure as often, I have to learn how to release built up stress and anger. ... (4 replies)

... stress can be a main cause, and only dealing with the stress will fix it long term, medication may be required long term. I know because I have seizures caused by stress. This is usually a build up of issues as I try to replace my income. ... (10 replies)
... I know all seizures are different and caused many different triggers, etc. ... (6 replies)
... You are right. I really do need to get a journal to write in describing my seizures and fits. I feel so intimidated by my doctors that whenever I go in to try and describe the seizures I forget details that prove they are seizures because I get so anxious and flustered. ... (4 replies)
... our but was not properly diagnosed til th e age of twenty one. when I was younger a neurologist told my mom that I could possibly had been having a temporal lobe seizure but as an adult my neurologist called it non specific seizure disorder but the seizure happens in my temporal lobe region of my brain. ... (1 replies)
First Seizure
Dec 1, 2009
... ok to you. I'll be brief right now since it's late. Please consider looking at other posts that I have made over the last year on these boards. I had my first seizure and first ambulance ride at age 44. After going from Dr. to Dr. ... (5 replies)
... went through the same thing that's why I came to this board for some answers but after doing some research online I found that what she suffered was a Grand Mal Seizure which is also known as a generalized as opposed to a partial when only a portion of the brain is affected. ... (4 replies)
... for the seizure to end, that is to be considered a lengthy seizure. If they last that length a lot of Dr's would like us to go in to the hospital if we rarely have them. ... (5 replies)
... t think it is but I will document it anyway. I think mine are caused by stress and lack of sleep although I did have a lot of sugar yesterday. ... (33 replies)
... all of which came back negative. He also was given a stress test which he passed with flying colors. The doctors have no idea what may have happened and have given him no diagnosis. ... (4 replies)
... terwards....I'm afraid of someone walking up behind me and scaring me. This may sound weird, but I remember having these exact same scary feelings after having a seizure when I was younger. I do have temporal lobe epilepsy, but these "mini" seizures that I've been having for the past few years are not TL seizures. ... (1 replies)
... Look at a seizure as a "short circuit" of the brain. ... (3 replies)
... Please investigate Catamenial Epilepsy. It's caused by estrogen dominance. You might need to use some progesterone cream to help calm you down. ... (4 replies)
... seizures. See if you can get to an endocrinologist and get your hormones checked. Soy is a phytoestrogen and messes with your estrogen levels. I have seizures caused by menopause. It's called Catamenial Epilepsy. It can start at either puberty or menopause with the hormone changes going on in the brain. ... (4 replies)
... tired I briefly rest my head on my computer desk, or sometimes I end up falling asleep in my chair. What follows is somewhat odd , not sure if it's an epileptic seizure or what.. it starts off when I start feeling a weird sensation throughout my arms, legs, chest, etc. almost like an uncontrollable energized sensation.. ... (3 replies)
... a year that sounds like it is not a one time incident. It should be checked by a Neurologist or Epileptologist. ... (4 replies)
... the very least an indication that I probably don't have PNES, which I already felt was unlikely because my episodes don't seem to have any connection to mood or stress or anything like that. But I'm not a doctor and certainly not a neurologist. And I still have no clue what that EEG looked like. ... (7 replies)
... epileptic stress related seizures. ... (6 replies)

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