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What is the difference between ceasure an. Epilepsy

By Anonymous July 11, 2019 - 9:47am
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I take ceasure but my medical paper it says epilepsy. Now I do things I never did I leave the house. I talk crazy. Don’t know what I’m saying I use to just fall down an when I wake up I don’t remember anything now when I feel strange I talk things that don’t make sense and I leave my house. What is the difference.

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Hello Anon

Thank you for writing.

When a patient has a seizure, the electrical activity in her brain is disrupted. The Merck Manual Home Edition states that about two percent of adults have a seizure, though two-thirds of them never have another one. Seizures are grouped into two categories: epileptic and non-epileptic. Epileptic seizures occur repeatedly with no cause, while non-epileptic seizures are brought on by another condition. There are different types of seizures which have various symptoms. The majority of patients (70 percent) have only one type of seizure, according to the Manual.

We have an article explaining all the kinds of seizures, including epilepsy (which is called Status Epilepticus in the article.

Copy and paste this: https://www.empowher.com/epilepsy/content/nine-types-common-seizures?page=0,0

For more on Epilepsy treatments, copy and paste here: https://www.empowher.com/epilepsy/content/epilepsy-treatments

Your type of seizures are called epilepsy. You need to call your doctor as soon as possible to discuss your symptoms - they are dangerous and could cause a lot of harm. Please keep us posted.


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