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How Long Should Neonatal Seizures Last
Seizures or convulsions that occurs in infants under one month of age. The most common cause of neonatal seizures is hypoxic ischemic encephalopathy or HIE. HIE is a brain injury that occurs with a lack of oxygen. Neonatal seizures can be focal, limited to one part of the body, or generalized, ...Read more
Neonatal pneumonia: Duration of illness will depend upon multiple factors, including the organisms involved, mode of acquisition of infection, immune status of the baby, efficacy of therapy and rapidity with which it was begun, whether it required pulmonary support, and so on and so on. ...Read more
Depends, and yes: Each woman is different. Most post-partum depression lasts 4-6 months, and resolves once the woman's hormones settle back into their pre-pregnancy state. For some women, especially those who have a family or personal history of depression or mental illness, the mood disorder can persist. Medicine is a viable treatment option for both temporary and longer term depression. ...Read more
Depends: There is no easy answer to your question. It really depends in multiple factors, including the severity of disease, course of treatment, etc. However if your symptoms don't improve or get worse, you should get checked. ...Read more
Variable: Bleeding is typically common throughout the first month postpartum, but has usually stopped by the time of your post partum visit at 6 weeks. If you are bleeding more than a pad an hour, passing clots, or having your bleeding get heavier rather than lighter, you should call your doctor. ...Read more
Variable duration.: Dependent on myriad variables such as severity concussion/contusion, damage to one or more muscles or nerves supplying the muscles that move the eyes or swelling/edema in eye or orbit, or fractures in the bony orbits around the eyes which may restrict normsl eye movements after trauma to the head and orbits. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
No: Should be completely done within a week. ...Read more
Depends on cause?DMV: If your seizure was not secondary to underlying pathology ie. Stroke, tumor, etc, your recovery should be rapid, no longer than 3->5 days. If there is underlying pathology, then you need to address the pathology and recover. Driving is state dependent. Though most states mandate physicians to report seizures to their dmv, the dmv that makes the final decision. Requirements on dmv internet site. ...Read more
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