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Feeling of brain shaking inside, ringing in ears, dizziness, history of Temporal Lobe Seizure

I feel at times that my brain is shaking inside my head. I also experience ringing in my ears and get very dizzy at that time. The shaking will last about 30 seconds, and the dizziness longer. I have had an MRI & CT scan done with both coming out great. I also had a EEG done twice, both time a experienced seizures awake and asleep. I was diagnose with Temporal Lobe Seizure, but ruled out epilepsy . Whats the difference between having seizures and being epileptic?I thought they went hand in hand. And also is it normal to have the feeling of your brain shaking during a seizure?
Asked On : Fri, 20 Apr 2012
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Feeling of brain shaking and ringing in the ears is suggestive of problems in the inner ear. Rarely seizures arising from the temporal lobe can present with dizziness and vertigo. Some one who experiences 2 or more seizures is said to be suffering from epilepsy. Do take your medications regularly and get cured from epilepsy.

Dr Shiva Kumar R
Consultant Neurologist & Epileptologist
Answered: Fri, 20 Apr 2012
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