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Can Meningitis Cause Seizures
You've asked me about the kind of meningitis i had 4 months ago it was virus. before that I had 2 seizures. How mush time do i need for recover?
Viral meningitis: Seizures can result from any inflammation or focus of damage in the brain, and viral meningoencephalitis can do this, along with numerous other things. These may never go away. You do not specify what you are recovering from and what symptoms you are expecting to go away. Be more specific and perhaps your question can be responded to more helpfully. Best. ...Read more
I have a fatty liver and had meningitis as a baby. Does that make me moré likely to have a seizure from welbutrin XL 150mg qd. Just start it 6 dys ago?
Not likely: Having made it from a baby to now without experiencing any seizures makes it unlikely that you would develop seizures from the meningitis. It should be ok for you to take the welbutrin. It would be unusual to develop seizures from the medication, but I have seen it once (meaning it's pretty rare). ...Read more
And what about the seizures two times before?is a result of meningitis the dizziness, drowsiness, unsteadiness, loss of memory and othe things?
My 35 day old daughter's EEG reports are showing ' partial complex seizure '. She had bacterial meningitis due to UTI i'm from india. Please guide.?
Do you have to have vomiting or seizures to even be considered to have menegitis and to be tested? Also how exactly can you contract it?
Urgent: Meningitis is a serious infection that requires immediate attention, if anyone is suspected of having that , they have to be seen immediately for a thorough evaluation, certainly headache, fever, neck rigidity, vomiting are some of the symptoms... As mentioned above, this is an infection that requires immediate attention hope this helps. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
My grandson has meningitis discovered today they are giving him phenobarbital for seziures he is 1 month old what are the side effects I need to watch?
Sedation: I am very sorry to hear about your grandson. Meningitis can be very serious and scary. He was given phenobarbital to prevent seizures, which could occur with the meningitis. Recurrent or prolonged seizures can lead to brain damage, so it is very important that his doctors are giving him this medicine. Sedation, sleepiness, or unconsciousness may occur now, but won't affect him in the future. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
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