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Epilepsy: If you didn't get the help you need, then you can try again with the same neurologist or get a second opinion. If the second one says the same thing as the first, then you should stick with whichever one you feel more comfortable with. ...Read more
A neurological disorder where nerve cells of the brain are injured, epilepsy results in seizures that range from nearly undetectable to extremely vigorous. Epileptic seizures may occasionally result in loss of consciousness and confusion. Causes of epilepsy include genetics, head trauma, prenatal ...Read more
Doctor sending me to neurologist for epilepsy. I want to find out about severe, debilitating headaches. What should I do?
My friend has epilepsy problem, she consulted many neurologists one of them suggested two tablets-torleva XR 500 and oxetol XR 300.Is it right one?
Help! I have epilepsy absence 30 a day as it's been recorded on a e.E.G but my new neurologist thinks it's non epileptic should I change neurologist?
Could be an issue: Would certainly recommend a neurologist to diagnose, and characterize the seizure type, and qualify the variety of potential triggers. Once a successful medicine has been chosen, and the patient is fully controlled, the family doctor could easily manage medications, and the patient would only have neurology followup if problems with meds or more spells. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
How do neurologists tell the difference between benign fasciculations and something more serious like Epilepsy, neuropathy, etc?
Emg/ncs: detailed neuromuscular exam, thorough clinical hx by a neurologist and emg/ncs done by a fellowship trained neurologist is all you need to tell which is being and which is serious ...Read more
I've never had seizures until almost a week after being involved in a car accident at work. My neurologist stated it didn't qualify as epilepsy?
Epilepsy definition: The definition of epilepsy is two or more unprovoked seizures. When an injury causes a seizure, sometimes the tendency for a seizure resolves after the injury heals. A car accident may have caused a head injury, and seizures that follow would not necessarily qualify as epilepsy. So it's a question of the cause. The treatment is normally the same though. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
My son is suffering from epilepsy. How long does it take to cure. At present he is under treatment of neurologist and taking oral drug oxatol 450 bd?
?Cure?: True epilepsy can be a lifelong problem. Some seizure disorders in childhood will disappear as the nervous system matures and be gone by adulthood. The specific pattern for your sons illness is best determined by the treating physicians. Your questions are good ones & best answered by those who know your son well. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers