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Can Hypokalemia Cause Seizures
In the extreme: Hi. You should be being treated with calcitriol and calcium for your hypoparathyroidism. If you don't take your calcium & calcitriol, your calcium can get very low, and if very low, dizziness can ensue. Be safe, treat your hypocalcemia. I recommend you run your calcium at or just below the lower limit of the normal range, so you don't have too high urinary calcium and risk kidney stones. Good luck ...Read more
?????: Pharmacologically induced coma may be used to treat seizures, i.e. Uncontrolled seizures, i.e. Status epilepticus. The idea is that stopping all brain activity beyond what is metabolically essential to maintain neuronal viability will cause the culprit neurons to stop firing abnormally when the drug is stopped. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
LowK migraine: 39 asks Can nausea with migraine cause hypokalemia. No but if you vomit a lot low K may develop. More likely is that your low K is caused by Conn's Syndrome: Headache is a very common symptom. So if BP high or pee a lot at night come to my Yahoo group hyperaldosteronism at Yahoo.com. I also specialize in this so you can get my second opinion. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Rarely: There is a rare but very specific type of epilepsy that is photo sensitive. In some just the flashing of light at a specific frequency can cause a seizure. In very rare cases a specific pattern will set off seizure activity. A type of baboon (papio-papio) has a genetic tendency for photosensitive epilepsy. They have been studied in detail. Coated glasses can help. ...Read more
Various: The most common cause is psychological. It's where stress is converted into physical symptoms (do it's called a "conversion disorder"). Sadly, about 2/3 of people with seizure-like conversion disorders have a history of abuse (often sexual abuse.) Other things can mimic seizures and should be ruled out (fainting, certain uncommon migraine types...) ...Read more
Electrolyte imbalanc: It is important for you to have small frequent meals to keep your glucose and electrolytes in balance. K and glucose will affect each other as will other electrolytes. Be very careful with this as K also will affect your heart and cause arrhythmias. Check your levels with your Dr and follow a health diet. Good Luck ...Read more
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