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Do auras always go away when on an anticonvulsant?
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Dr. William Goldie
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The concept of aura is that it is actually the beginning of a seizure.
The seizure may start in a region of the brain that causes a sensation or illusion that is felt as an aura. As the seizure spreads it causes a full body convulsion. Medications can stop the spread, but the early beginning symptoms may not be fully suppressed.

In brief: We try
The concept of aura is that it is actually the beginning of a seizure.
The seizure may start in a region of the brain that causes a sensation or illusion that is felt as an aura. As the seizure spreads it causes a full body convulsion. Medications can stop the spread, but the early beginning symptoms may not be fully suppressed.
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