Partial seizures: Seizures which affect only a part of the brain at onset
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Im very frustrated, as i was prescribed crestor for high cholesterol 10mg. I am a 46 year old female weighing 49 kg and Im 5ft. I took the crestor and after approximately 3 days i had a marked eppisode where i would have a sudden onsey headache, ringing in my ears and I would lose concentration, feel weak and have to sit down. So for a month i stopped taking crestor. My dr convinced me that this was not caused by the crestor, so i took it again. Same thing happened so i stopped. My dr again told me this was not caused by the crestor, so i kept taking it and on the forth day the headache, ringing in ears and loss of concentration happened followed by me collapsing on the foor and having convulsions. I was taken by ambulance to hospital where they were very quick to tell me that i am epileptic and that this was not due to the crestor. I have not taken crestor for the past 6 months and have had no more episodes.
Hi, I am a 32 year old female. I was diagnosed in 2014 with Partial complex Seizures. I have never had any kind of seizure until after i had started taking Limu for a short period of time in late 2014. it started after I went to the Dr. for a Migraine that i had for 2 months and my fr sent me to a neurologist.
Ex premature (24 weeks), cerebral palsy, nocturnal seizures seem to occur more regularly when ringworm is present. Is it the ringworm, the cream used to treat it, the physical discomfort or a pure coincidence?
Hello everyone, I started taking amlodipine and among the other side effects, I started with lapses in memory. My neurologist mentioned today that it could be due to mini seizures in my brain. He wasn't so sure about the medicine causing them tho, so we are scheduling MRI and EEG tests.
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