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Was diagnosed w/ "seizure disorder (complex partial sz with sec gtc szs)" & told to take "seizure precautions". What are "sz prec"? The dr. Didnt say.
Precautions: Seizure precautions include not driving until 6 months after your last seizure; taking your medication as prescribed every day, avoiding intoxication with alcohol and drugs; showering not taking baths unless someone is monitoring you, not going in a boat alone, not going swimming alone, not diving from a high board. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Seizure is also known as Generalized seizures in adults. A seizure is a symptom in which a person has a convulsion or epileptic attack, usually involving jerking movements of the head, limbs, and rest of the body. It represents abnormal brain function, and can be caused by fever (mainly in young children), by brain infections or tumors, by drug abuse or overdoses, by chemical ...Read more
What are the precautions to be taken to avoid febrile seizure? My son 10 months old got febrile seizures 1 and half months before..
Be proactive: Intitute efforts to control fever as soon as yoiur child shows any sign of illness, even before fever occurs. this means using acetaminophen and or ibuprofen. Ask yoiur docor about an appropriate dose of each. If fever occurs sponge your child down or him in a tub with tepid water. Do not use cold water because it will make him shudder and build up central temperature. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Is a seizure drug administerered post op? Does a neurosurgeon administer seizure medication through IV as a precaution against a patient having a seizure during or after brain surgery? Is this common practice?
Administering : Administering anti-seizure medicine through a vein (IV) or by mouth after brain surgery is not uncommon, and usually depends on the neurosurgeon's personal understanding and experience of the risk of seizures given the patient and the surgery. In some cases, patients are advised to take anti-seizure medicine for weeks or months following a surgery. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
I have a seizure in kroger at feb 9th also i tell you what i did do I was enter kroger store to shopping food and studden i feel lost balance and fell down on hard floor and got seizure and it was got attn by manager saw whole thing and take me to ER afte
Hello. : Hello. That ringing in your left ear is likely to be something that is called tinnitus. It could be occurring if you hit your head hard or it may be associated with your seizure issue. Because that is a change for you, i recommend that you tell your doctor. The doctor can look into this further and see if anything can be done to help with the ringing. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Prevent seizures: If you have previously had a seizure because of your tumor, you will need to take seizure meds for a while. If you have not previously seized, then the meds are simply used as a precaution to prevent future seizures. The use of prophylactic seizure meds is currently being studies and mildly controversial. I personally do use seizure meds in all my malignant brain tumor patients. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Lower the temp: with Tylenol. The underlying illness may lead to a lowering of the seizure threshold despite the efforts to bring down the temp. You should exercise seizure precautions as you would if she were sleep deprived or had run out of her medication. If the fever persists see the doctor. ...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
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