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Abnormal EEG, headache, forgetfulness, face tingling, lower back pain. Reason?

I recently had an eeg done and the results were reported as abonormal eeg patient awake, because of shifting frontotemporal theta slowing, significantly more prominent on left than the right. No paroxysmal or epileptiform activity is noted. My symptoms head pain, head aches, almost 5 months, intermitted forgetfullness, strange feeling in face tingling feeling dropping from side of head down face and jaw, tingling in hands and feet , feel confused when room gets loud, experiencing pain in lower back right side almost kidney like not really back itself, blood results show high mean plat vol, high basophills auto, and low alk phos, neurologist says it is transformed migranes although I have experienced migranes for years this feels very different
Asked On : Tue, 6 Nov 2012
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Abnormal EEG with no spikes and epileptic activity
Your doctor may be right
It may be varient of Migrane that why you feel different than the earlier on
A remote possibilty is some time atypical epileptic phenenomena may present like this
Bllod test does not seem to of any help
with treatment of migrane an ntileptic drug may be given a fair trial
MRI of Brain is also advisable to rule out cause of cofusional state
Will like to have a feed back after few months
wish you good health
Dr Lal

Answered: Mon, 2 Dec 2013
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