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Petit mal seizures in adults

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A very good friend of mine who is now 71 years old has had Petit Mal episodes from about the age of 13 years of age. She has momentary blackouts which last for seconds and for which she has no memory ...

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I AM 66 AND HAVE HAD PETIT MAL INCE A CHILD AT AGE 18 WHEN DOING A LOT OF DRINKING AND SOME DRUGGING IN COLLEGE, IT SEEMED TO HAVE DEVELOPED INTO A MORE GRAND MAL SITUATION. I HAVE HAD APPROXIMATELY ...

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of petit mal seizures that go unrecognized by us. I am sure that you have no way of knowing either, but I ...My little boy had a strange episode last night that could have been a nocturnal seizure or could ...

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I had a petit mal seizure just a few hours ago and I am now experiencing vomiting and a migraine which I have never had after one of my seizures. ...

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found. Doctors have been agreed that it is a grand mal seizures elderly onset as she didn't have any ...

Public Forum Discussions

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Yesterday I experienced what my dentist said was a petit mal seizure (she witnessed it in her ... adult years. I do not recall any since then 20+ years. I am on Soriataine for Psoriasis and no other ...

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my son has been diagnosed with petit mal. he is 20 months and started epilim 1 month ago. he has been great since starting it. he does however get in a temper and throw his head back. he did this last ...

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Hi, My daughter is 4 years old she was diagnosed epileptic when her febrile seizures turned into full blown grand mal and petit mal seizures out of nowhere. She is now on Keppra and Im not sure if she ...

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& either a Myoclonic or a Clonic.) 2. Is actually such thing as a Petite-Mal seizure? - What are the diagnosed differences of a Petite & a Grand Mal seizures? 3. How do you tell the difference between ...

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to normal and not do it again for hours or days..could this be a petite mal seizure? could it be nothing? ...

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Is there a Epilepsy called Petimal seizures? I m thinking this was the type of Epilepsy my Brothers little girls got. I m thinking the granma seizures is the worse of the 2??? My great grandson was born ...

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this happened. Don t know if it is viral or autoimmune. Had 4 LP s that showed nothing. Continue to have petit\grand mal seizures daily even though I take 34 pills daily. Being seen at Hopkins. Please give me some ...

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I have heard that a hcg diet can be beneficial in treating absence seizures. My daughter is 5 and has recently been diagnosed with petit mal. We don t really want to put her medication as yet and want ...

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petite mal seizures during the day for the last three days. His medications include levodopa ...

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a petit mal seizure? ...Hi my Daughter is 18 months old and has had 3 febrile seizures and the last seizure lasted ...

Mobile Questions and Answers

doctor1 MD

You should arrange to see a neurologist who can investigate your problem and treat you with medicaiton to help control your seizures once a diagnosis has been mafe.

doctor1 MD

Hello and welcome to HCM, The seizures which are precipitated by increase in temperature are called febrile seizures. There seizures respond to anti-pyretic therapy. Anti-pyretic therapy is the treatment to control the fever. Consult your physician or neurologist for clinical assessment and prescription of appropriate drugs. Thanks and take care Dr Shailja P Wahal

doctor1 MD

Hi,first we need to know wether you are on antiepileptic medicines or you have stopped to take medicines and had no seizure.Then you may discuss further. Pls hit thanks