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Alcohol Related Seizures Cause Brain
You need help: Repetitive seizures are dangerous and progressive harmful, and create profound complications. They certainly can be improved and likely far better controlled, but you need to contact an epilepsy specialist, and recommend your local mayo clinic group. Many meds could be used, but maybe a surgery could help, or a vagal nerve stimulator. All is not lost, seek a new direction. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Usually not: To call the seizure as a febrile seizure, the age of the child should be between 6 mo and 6 yrs, the seizure should be associated with the sudden raise of high temp, the sizure should be generalized and less than 15 mins, even if it is prolonged and it was purely a febrile seizure, it does not cause permanent brain injury. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Some do, some don't: A lot depends on the location of the tumor, it's size, the swelling around it, which fiber tracks are blocked and chemicals emitted from the tumor, as well as the person's psychological reaction to having a brain tumor, family support, accurate and timely treatment, etc. ...Read more
Yes: Acute and chronic alcoholism affect brain function. Chronic alcoholism may cause dementia. Acute alcoholism may cause delirium, memory lapses or amnesia. The old saying that every single drink of alcoholic drinks kills brain cells is not literarily truth but other changes in the synapsis of neurons do occur. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
I can not: Find any evidence that it does.Get a more detailed answer ›
No: Before we had the current DTaP vaccine in the mid 90's many kids had fever & an occasional one had a seizure (with fever). The only benefit of the vaccine hater activity was enabling the "clean up " of early vaccines to the point they are truly safe & effective. Over the years. vaccine haters claimed it as a cause of crib death, CP & now autism/brain injury. Over time each claim is refuted. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Can alcohol intoxication (not withdrawal) cause convulsions and or seizures and lower the seizure threshold?
Get this addressed: Agree with dr killian, as risk definitely present. Bigger issue by far is not provocation of convulsions, but rather why are seizures present, and what will be eventual outcome of alcohol abuse. You see, alcoholics do suffer head injuries, with post-traumatic szs. If you or a close relationship is the subject, contact alcoholics anonymous asap. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
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