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... 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)
... 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)
... and then he was hospitalized without seizures for nearly a week, and the time change occurred during that time. Since the time change, he still has not had a seizure. ... (3 replies)

... My doctors mostly diagnosed me from my symptoms. My EEG's were abnormal, but I think they were all confused by the fact that my seizures can last up to hours at a time. One of the doctors said maybe it wasn't seizures, but then said they must be since I was responding well to the meds. ... (8 replies)
... Yes I have some sort of nocturnal seizure, randomly. I have had 2 people witness this event during my sleep. I fell asleep in a vehicle once on the way out of town and I had one. All the same symptoms happened. ... (2 replies)
... escribed any other seizure symptoms, but based on the places in your dreams that it happens, it sounds like social situations you're nervous about are coming out in your dreams, and your tongue doing that is a nervous response, kind of like grinding of the teeth. ... (4 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)
... 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)
... twice daily. However, a few months ago when he experienced three weeks of multiple nightly seizures I, as per his neuro, increased his dosage to 300 mg. twice daily. ... (24 replies)
... I had my first seizure ever in October of 2000. ... (1 replies)
... I have recently begun to have seizures in my sleep as well, beginnning last November, and they are quite artful in context. I have a VNS complicated by a temporal lesion that can be picked up by an EEG. ... (18 replies)
... I'm new to this. I was surfing and came across this. I am so relieved to know that others are experiencing sleep seizures. All of the doctors that we have come in contact with had little to no knowledge of this. Our child was misdiagnosed with reflux as a younger child. ... (24 replies)
... For the past 8 months I have been experiencing various symptoms that I believe are seizure related but not sure. I'm looking to gain some insight from your experiences. ... (0 replies)
... Being tired relating to seizures and meds is a ball of string. ... (11 replies)
... If a patient frequently has seizures during the time they are asleep and not when awake, and have yet to be diagnosed with anything, this is a possible. ... (2 replies)
... seizures, where they happen mostly during or near your menstruation. It would be a great idea if you could tape yourself during your sleep. ... (1 replies)
... ray, blood, urine, EKG, and CT Scan all came back normal. The doctor in the ER told me that I need to see a neurologist. ... (0 replies)
... Hi. Yes, you should definitely mention all of these things to your doctor. However, even if what you experienced were seizures, this does NOT necessarily mean that you have epilepsy. Seizures can be caused by other illnesses. ... (2 replies)
... symptom occurs. Both sunsweet and travis from MN are correct in what they told you about the halter monitor not revealing anything about a seizure . Halter monitor is only for the heart and not anyhting else. ... (6 replies)
Apr 17, 2006
... Don't know what else to say. Do you have any type of warning before those episodes hit? ... (17 replies)

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