Epilepsy: Common and diverse set of chronic neurological disorders characterized by seizures
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Hi, I am asking for my 18yr old nephew. He is diagnosed as epilepsy and left side hemiplegia. His seizures have gotten worse. They gave his mom two options. One of them being taking out a part of his brain that is showing too much activity that causes these siezures, yet they do t even know if ...
Hello. My younger daughter was struck with these two conditions at the age of 15. They were totally unexpected. The first to strike her was the seizure disorder. Next came the unexplained illnesses, which were eventually diagnosed as this rare form of nephritis. She completed a 6 month treatment ...
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I am 51 . I have had epilepsy over half my life. Now I find out that I have Primary Biliary Cirrhosis. My father and uncle (his brother) also had this. They are both no longer alive :-( I was told there is no cure for PBC. I am used to dealing with epilepsy I had it half my life. Now I ...
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