What are symptoms of seizures?

Multiple. The symptoms depend upon the location of the seizure within the brain. These may include- unusual tastes/odors; rising sensation from the stomach; other abnormal sensory perceptions, loss of awareness, shaking or tingling or an arm or leg, or even brief body jerks.
Seizures. Uncontrolled jerks and twitches, loss of consciousness, blank stares...

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What's the symptoms of seizure?

Many. There are many types of seizures. Some consist of becoming unresponsive, some will have stiffening and/or shaking of one side of your body or your entire body. The list goes on... But the bottom line is that if you think that you or a family member had a seizure, then get checked. Undiagnosed and untreated seizures can be very dangerous. Read more...

What're symptoms of seizures during sleep that leads to poor sleep. What's the treatment. Having sleep study as it's suspected by doc, tomorrow.

Sleep disturbance. Its extremely unlikely that your "poor sleep" is due to seizure activity that occurs while you sleep and thats the only symptom. The sleep study will help dx sleep apnea or restless leg etc. If your doctor suspects seizure, an EEG would be more diagnostic. At your age, pay attention to your social habits such as smoking, drinking, drugs, diet as well as airway obstruction. Read more...
Maybe asymptomatic. Can I assume you had a normal EEG? If someone has seizures during sleep, he may never know it. Morning grogginess and daytime sleepiness may be the only symptoms. If the seizure involves abnormal movement, the sleeping partner may notice something. Keep in mind that there are many causes of poor sleep besides seizures. I wish you well. Read more...
Depends. If you indeed are having seizures while sleeping, there may be no symptoms or symptoms of grogginess, confusion upon wakening. Would also depend on the type and location of seizure. Sleep study will reveal much information. Read more...

What are other symptoms of seizure besides the fit?

Ask your doctor. Episodic events of the brain can be in any of many forms. They can be motor - generalized and localized, sensory - tingling or numbness or auditory or visual illusions, gastric - episodic nausea or vomiting or rising sensation, emotional - fear, laughter, excitement. If you experience these often you must discuss with your doctor and consider neurology consultation. Read more...

What are symptoms of temporal seizures?

Unusual sensation. Usually an aura precedes temporal lobe seizures such as unprovoked fear, a deja vu experience a sensation of taste or smell , an odd sensation in the abdomen This may last 30 seconds to about 2 minutes with loss of awareness of surroundings, lip smacking, swallowing or chewing movements picking motions of the fingers , confusion, and unawareness of it. May develop into a seizure. Read more...

Woke up with phone and remote on the floor. Scared I had a seizure (never had one before). What are symptoms of nocturnal seizures?

Wake up on the floor. Gi symptoms can also be a symptom of seizures. Autonomic seizures present with GI discomfort and a 'rising sensation' in the abdomen. Most seizures types are more likely to occur during sleep. I'm sure you'll get this sorted out. I'd get an eeg and check your calcium level (tums). Read more...
Some symptoms... What you experienced can be frightening. If you wet yourself or have bitten your tongue during sleep, it may be an indication of seizures. Waking up with muscle aches and/or confusion can also indicate it. So it is best to consult a neurologist in this regard to properly evaluate and treat them, if they truly are seizures. Hope that helps! Read more...

My neurologist ok-ed weaning my Carbatrol. What withdrawal symptoms, except a seizure, would warrant alerting my doctor and what is par for the course?

Should be uneventful. Usually no issue, other than as you mentioned a seizure, but you might experience an aura, a subtle partial seizure event, which might be a sign of withdrawing too fast. However, your doctor likely feels it is safe to stop your meds and would not expect any problems. Read more...

What are the symptoms of neonatal seizures?

See below. Partial seizure episodes, rhythmic movement of arms or legs. They do not get generalized seizures. Read more...