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Suffering from Epilepsy, paralyzed below neck. EEG showed brain wakes up throughout the night. Suggestion?

Hello. For last 6 years I am jumping to different doctors, I even went to alternative medicine . I have epilepsy similar seizures, always tired and sleepy (on EEG showed, that my brain wakes up and go to sleep many times throught the night, but I sleep whole night), paralize bellow the neck (sometimes bellow the belt- legs). I fell a sleep yust like that ( neurologist says sleep ), I remember only chrumbs of sleep time. Fizically I move more, stronger the symptoms are, so I am basicly staying at home. There are more symptoms and explanations, so if someone is willing to help me, I can send and document, how problems progressed by the years. Please HELP me, it passed too much time. I want a normal life PLEASE. Thanks in advance, Allesandro.
Asked On : Sat, 16 Mar 2013
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Psychiatrist 's  Response
Jun 2013
Hi there ~

I understand your concerns and the limitations of this forum in terms of having to review your investigation reports from before. I suggest that you see a neuropsychiatrist so as to find the right solutions. I would ask your doctor to suspect MS or multiple sclerosis and run your tests to detect if there is a suspicion of the same. I also ask you to visit with a psychiatrist who can prescribe medications to help with the drowsiness. I also would like you to bring into notice to your psychiatrist that you will not be able to tolerate the side effect of the medication so that they can change it into a more efficacious medication in the future. I hope this helps. Take care and have a lovely day!
Answered: Fri, 19 Apr 2013
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