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Reason Laughing Disease
What is wrong with a person who laughs and laughs all day for no reason? Is this a sign of a nervous breakdown?
Could be: Pseudobulbar effect; need to be evaluatd by a physician. ...Read more
Pleasant personality: Some are moody, some are introvert, some are extrovert, some not so friendly, some are friendly. Smiling in presence of others suggest you are a naturally pleasant individual who enjoy being around other people. It is a good thing. Generally people enjoy being around those who are pleasant, smiley. So, keep on smiling. Life is short. Live life to the fullest. Good luck. ...Read more
I recently increased my sam-e dosage to 600 mg a day, and I feel happy, and yet, I keep laughing for no reason, is this normal?
Laugh-AndTheWorld...: There are certain areas of the brain that can do that. A very rare neurologic condition can cause that to happen a lot. This is just to say that maybe those areas have been stimulated a bit due to the dose change. I'd expect it to back off soon as you adjust to the new dose. Just don't stare at someone on the subway and start laughing! Decrease the dose if it persists ...Read more
My right side started hurting for no reason today. They are still hurting hours later. Hurts to breath deep or laugh. Should I be checked out?
How can I get rid of the smiling all the time and stop crying when i laugh and stop crying for no reason?
Everytime i laugh i fart, the harder i laugh the more I do it, even if i'm not gassy. Any reason for this?
Severe elec., shock, lightning, deep dark nerve pain in 1 bicep. Had since child. Comes from emotions-can't laugh hardy, get excited or for no reason.
Hi doctor, I am a momm of 17 month old boy, I am very concerned about an issue, my son sometimes is laughing without reason and I did some research an?
Question cut off: Please resubmit with a clear & specific question. ...Read more
The right upper side of my stomach hurts when I laugh a little, flex or make a turn, this happened after I got sick and laid in bed all day what could be the reason for this pain?
Gelastic seizures: Can do this. Here is an internet site with some information. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/gelastic_seizure. ...Read more
Multiple potential c: Mental illness, cerebral tumors or strokes.Personality disorders, various drugs. ...Read more
I had yesterday a sudden laughter seizure with no reason(it's the 1st time)
My 1st day on wellbutrin xl& I took lexotanil
Need clarfication: A gelastic seizure, also known as "gelastic epilepsy", is a rare type of seizure that involves a sudden burst of energy, usually in the form of laughing or crying. This syndrome usually occurs for no obvious reason and is uncontrollable. ... The term "gelastic" originates from the Greek word "gelos", which means laughter. bupropion appears to lower the seizure threshold in a dose-dependent fashio ...Read more
Sometimes especially when I laugh I have pain in the scalp below and parallel to my ears but when i relax it stop . What could be the reason
"fake" faints, shaking body parts out of sudden, expressionless, crying or laughing for no reason, random screams, can it be touretters? 14 y/o sister
14 year old got kicked in head off my son,,then had a nose bleed,since its stoped she can hear ringing,keeps laughing for no reason what should i do?
Sharp pain on right, middle back. Hurts when laughing or inhaling. No recent physical strain. Reason for concern?
See below: This type of pain is usually related to a muscle spasm in the spine, rib, or shoulder and can occur due to over use, poor posture, or trauma. It will usually improve on its own. If you still have pain in 2 weeks see your physician as there are other spinal conditions that cause similar pain. ...Read more
Went 2 dentist. Had to leave during procedure and have 2 reschedule & use laughing gas cuz i panic much. Ate after and get cold, sharp tender pain in area that he was working on. Any reason why?
Sharp pain: Deep cavities irritate the nerve of the tooth. "working" on that tooth further irritates the nerve short term. If the sharp pain continues the nerve of that tooth has undergone an irreversible pulpitis and a root canal is indicated to remove the nerve of that tooth. ...Read moreSee 7 more doctor answers
Mercury toxicity: There is no single cause of alzheimer's but a growing body of evidence implicates mercury toxicity as a significant cause (see http://www.Medscape.Com/viewarticle/733465). Exposure to mercury has increased over time, primarily from dental amalgam fillings but also from contaminated seafood.Research shows those who got flu vaccine preserved with mercury 5 years in a row had 10x risk of alzheimer's! ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers