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Had back to back seizures. Right ear, jaw are paining. How to cure?

I had about 7 seizures back to back last week and left the hospital early due to not wanting to be there anymore. Cause of seizures isn't known and I don't see a neurologist for another 19 days. I've been out of the hospital for a week but my right ear & jaw is killing me! Its the side i bit and ripped skin off my tongue. It's an 8-9 out of a 10 on pain scale. Should I go back to ER? I don't know what to do.
Asked On : Wed, 3 Apr 2013
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Thanks for the query
You need a detailed evaluation for the cause of seizures as the treatment will depend upon the cause of epilepsy. This can be done by EEG test, and MRI scan of the brain.Once the diagnosis is established, the treatment will be easy. The recent pain could be related to local injury related seizures and you may consult a local doctor for the prescription of analgesics
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Answered: Fri, 7 Jun 2013
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