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Does Svt Sometimes Cause Seizures
Miracle cure for High blood pressure and SVT is Duromine. I use it Instead I have BP 117/60 and heart rate is 109 maybe tachy with myoclonic seizures?
Seizures: You need to see a Neurologist to evaluate and manage your seizures. Do not delay! ...Read more
Several: Based upon the age of insert, they would almost certainly be partial insert seizures (aka "localization related"). At least half the time, no clear reason is uncovered for them starting. Other causes include prior trauma, abnormal tangles of blood vessels stuck in the brain, "birthmarks" on the brain in a localized area, among others. Brain tumor is possible, but less common. ...Read more
What could cause rapid, fluttery jumpy heartrate, 75-110 resting. 120-160's from minor activities and showers, had SVT corrective surgery and its diff?
Indirectly: Inflammation on some parts of the lung that would cause pleurisy could irritate the heart and trigger an SVT. Usually, someone would be predisposed to the SVT for this to happen, and even in this case the connection between the two would be weak. Sometimes the chest pain can come from the SVT and be attributed to pleurisy instead. Sometimes the same underlying cause leads to both. See doc. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Long seizures: Status epilepticus is a convulsive state in which the usual mechanisms by which the brain terminates seizures fail to operate. Hence the seizure persists quite long and is often fatal or severely debilitating. Status can start just like any other seizure, but just keeps going. ...Read more
First comes a spark: Kindling is to epilepsy what a breeze is to a newly lit fire. Because seizures are basically electrical brushfires in the brain, certain stimuli (often simply more seizures) provoke bigger and badder seizures. Seizures beget seizures. For best control, get early control--before things are out of control, like a forest fire. ...Read more
Seizures in teens: There are many things that can cause a seizure in a teen. Most common causes are: infection, toxicity (drugs or other substances), new onset seizure disorders, and tumors. Even water intoxication can cause seizures in otherwise healthy teens. Your doctor can help you determine the cause of the teen's seizure, rarely they are just a fluke and don't happen again. ...Read more
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