I am experiencing epileptic seizures. The following also describe me: Confusion, Eyes rolling back, Muscle twitching, and Blackouts (with memory l...

See a Neurologist! You should see a neurologist ASAP. Every single seizure you have damages brain and places you in danger of sustaining other trauma while you are unconscious. You need to get this under control. Best wishes.

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Muscle twitches and pain, numbness in limbs, pain behind my eyes, slightly worsened coordination: ms? (i also have epilepsy, no seizures for 7 years)

Get full evaluation. Sometimes people with pain, numbness, and incoordination do wind up having ms, but in your case, suspect your problems are different. Unlikely that your seizures are due to ms, and your eye pain may be migraine. Your oxcarb can cause many of your symptoms, and hyponatremia should be checked. An MRI of brain might be helpful, and spinal fluid also. Good luck. Read more...
? Side effects. It is possible your symptoms could be due to MS. there are other causes too. This question will be difficult to answer online. The best way to get attention for these symptoms is by visiting with your neurologist. A conversation and an examination are a good way to start. Some symptoms can be a side effect of medication. Have there been any changes in the medicines you take? Read more...

Recently have developed a pretty severe eye twitch. This is always accompanied by a debilitating headache. Could be seizure? History of pos epilepsy.

I'm not sure if you. mean you have a "possible" history of seizure or a "positive" (confirmed) history of seizure. That may change the interpretation of your symptoms. On the face of it, however, this sounds more like a migraine headache with "aura." However, any recent onset of severe headache should be checked out by a doctor. I wish you the best. Dr. Anne. Read more...

Last week a whole day, I had strange clusters of "twitching seizures" I loosed control of them and they were worst on my right bodypart. Epilepsy?

Possibly. I see you have a history of epilepsy and autism, so you're certainly at risk for having more seizures. These events very well may have been seizures, but without hearing more about them, that's as much as I can say. I hope you have a neurologist; if so, you should discuss these events with them. If not, please speak with your primary care doctor, who may wish to refer you to a neurologist. Read more...