Grand mal seizure

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hello I had a grand mal seizure back in april after investigation brain scans came back normal and i was told it was just something that can happen...

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hi,you must be having idiopathic epilepsy in which all the brain scans come normal.
I would advise you to do EEG and if it comes out to be normal ,...

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On August 20, 2012, I had a grand mal seizure for the first time ever. My CT Scan, EEG, and MRI all came back normal. On August 23, 2012, I got my...

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My grandmother has recently had a triple bypass and has had two grand mal seizures in the past 24 hours since the surgery. The doctors are now...

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I had 3 Grand Mal Seizures last Friday and from that the Hospital doctors felt that my low heart blood could call attention to heart desase or...

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My son is under treatment for grand mal seizures. He just had a grand mal this morning, while he was standing in the bathroom. While his staff was...

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I am 24, female. When I was 12, I had a grand mal seizure. After 1 year, I got an another one. After that, I was on dilantin for 4 years. My EEG,...

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what should I do? The last couple of weeks, I've been suffering from myoclonus during the day, visual, tactile and auditory hallucinations ,...

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I got my MRI of my brain back with contrast and the impression was mucosal disease within bilateral mastoid air cells. Is his something to be...

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What is chronic small-vessel disease/remote insult that is shown in a frontal lobe on an MRI . MRI was performed after a seizure .

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