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Grindng Teeth Is It Always Brusim Or Seizues
Seizure: The best thing is to control and prevent the seizure activities. You must take your meds regularly. If still having episodes, then you should see your M.D. To change, increase the dose or add another medicine. If this continues, you might break your nose, skull, jaw, . ... ...Read more
Mouth (mouth) " n. Pl. Mouths 1. A. The body opening through which an animal takes in food. B. The cavity lying at the upper end of the alimentary canal, bounded on the outside by the lips and inside by the oropharynx and containing in higher vertebrates the tongue, gums, and teeth. C. This cavity regarded as the source of sounds and speech. D. The opening to any cavity or canal ...Read more
No: They still need to function and they still need to maintain confidence they already have a compromised life style, I don't think it has to be compounded. You she never put anything in their mouth during the seizure any way. Trauma to tissues can be managed afterward. Ask the patient if that's what they want. ...Read more
How bad does wisdom teeth surgery hurt and is it safe to undergo for people who suffer from seizures?
Depends: For the surgery you are typically unconscious, so you do not feel any pain-- until you awake. Then it depends heavily on if the teeth were impacted and how severely. Also, you need to discuss with the oral surgeon your seizure issues and make sure it is addressed with the anesthesiologist. ...Read more
Do seizures always involve jerking limbs or are there differnt symptoms such as brief periods of no breathing, gritting teeth, sudden fear.?
Hard to say...: Periodontal disease and a tooth abscess have a common factor, in that they both involve a bacterial infection that challenges the host's immune response. Seizures tend to be a problem with the nervous system. I am not aware that a direct link of oral infection to seizures has been identified. I do believe that good "whole-body" health should include a healthy mouth - seek the care of a dentist. ...Read more
I got my bottom left wisdom tooth and the tooth next to itextracted, two weeks ago. Now, sometimes in my sleep, I bite the side of my tongue. Could they be seizures?
Unlikely: Most likely is that your tongue has not yet accommodated to the changes in tooth position in your mouth since the extractions. If the problem does not resolve sometimes your dentist might adjust you're teeth (you're bite" to solve the problem or fabricate a night-guard for you to wear at night. You may ask your doctor or dentist about seizures but based just on the info you posted I think not. ...Read more
I've been seizures free for 4years but still on medication until now. Is there any risk of inhaling prosthetic crown for my rct molar tooth?
Highly unlikely: If your dentist takes appropriate precautions, it is highly unlikely that you would swallow your crown during the placement procedure, even if you were to have a seizure. Once in place, it is not meant to come off easily so there is no fear of swallowing it afterwards. A crown will only fall off by itself if something is really wrong, so make sure you keep up with your routine visits. ...Read more
If I have panic attacks thinking about seizures would I freak out with laughing gas for pulling a wisdom tooth?
Gas is safe:
Laughing gas is safe and will not cause seizures. Talk to the oral surgeon about a sedative to take the night before the extraction. This may help so you do not think about it too much. Anything else you can do to relax such as meditation, massage, will help you. But not alcohol.
Have you had any treatment for your pa oc attacks? Consider this also. ...Read more
Hi I have been getting a cold feeling in my mouth and then passing out. I also feel as if had had seizures?
Are there any drugs that can cause seizures, to get violent, foaming from mouth and long term hospital recovery?
Possibly: Not sure if you are referring to medications or to illicit drugs. ...Read more
Woke up with chewed tongue and side of mouth. Last MRI clear. This has happened before but could it be more seizures?
Nick pain may be from seizure, but metallic taste could be side effect of meds. Or drugs.
Or allergy to them.
Metallic taste also could be one if the signs of certain diseases, consult your doctor if condition persists. ...Read more
Heard of; not true: The concern was not silver but that old filling amalgams had mercury as part of the mix. That could, over time, leech into the body, and some argued the mercury could cause all sorts of problems, including seizures and brain damage. Research has not supported those claims, but dentists have moved to other materials for fillings even so. ...Read more
I was in a fight. Hard to open mouth from jaw pain. Shoulder, neck and behind eye hurts. 7 seizures. Didn't hit head. What could this be? Diagnosis.?
Post fight pains: Did you mean "seizures" or "stitches? " If you had seizures, you need to see a neurologist IMMEDIATELY. If "stitches, " where were they? You say the head wasn't touched. A "whiplash" type injury could cause the stiffness; The pain behind the eye is hard to explain w/ no facial injuries. Ice the area and if the pain doesn't subside, consult your doctor. ...Read more
Seizures mouth ulcers hepatocellular disease low blood count anticardiolipin antibodies 1:80 speckled ANA osteoarthritis spine Si joints LUPUS maybe?
Bad brain activity: A seizure is an abnormal motor or sensory event that is caused by abnormal electrical discharges of the brain. Usually the brain can inhibit or suppress abnormal activity. However in certain disease states, genetic syndromes, scarring of the brain or acute infection or injury, the brain inhibition is lost and seizure activity will occur. ...Read more
Excitable brain cell: Anything that causes brain cells to be irritated or overexcitable can cause a seizure. Genetic causes of epilepsy that lead to an abnormality in excitability of neurons or miswiring of connections can cause seizures. Also, any scar or lesion on the brain can cause seizure. Infections and other conditions that alter the body's normal chemistry can cause seizures. ...Read more
What doesn't?: Dehydration, use of illicit drugs, infections both at the level of the brain and spinal cord as well as anywhere else in the body medications, flashing lights, noncompliance with anti-seizure medication regimen, strokes, metabolic disorders, trauma to the head, hyperventilation. Does that list seem complete enough to cover whatever you might be thinking? There very well may be other causes as well ...Read more
Abort and Prevent: If a seizure is happening in front of you and not stopping on its own, abortive medication such as Ativan (lorazepam) or other sedatives can be used to stop it. To prevent seizures from occurring in the first place, we use a wide variety of medications that serve to reduce neuronal firing; some of these act by blocking excitatory pathways, some by activating inhibitory pathways, and some remain a mystery. ...Read more
You can find a good explanation at this site: http://www. Nlm. Nih. Gov/medlineplus/epilepsy.Html
briefly, there are many types of epileptic seizures. Some involve loss of consciousness and involuntary movements of one or more limbs. Some do not cause loss of consciousness but can impair normal functioning. If you suspect you might have some form of epilepsy please see a neurologist. ...Read more
Siezures: Some signs are confusion, difficulty thinking or speaking, loss of postural tone (falling), involuntary movements of the limbs and/or shaking, loss of bladder or bowel control, staromg and stopping an activity, loss of consciousness. Some may experience afeeling of time lost (absence seizure), a sense of being familiar in a strange place. ...Read more