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Seizure

Also called: Convulsion

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Hi Found you this info from, http://www.patient.co.uk/doctor/intrauterine-growth-restriction, it should help you to work out how to go forward, but...
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If you're on any medication for anything sometimes different meds can cause seizures in some people. I would see a neurologist if you haven't...
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NO they arent safe at all! please inform the parents
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That medicine is okay for anxiety, some people do have side effects but that goes along with all medicines. If you are not sure about taking it tell...
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Nocturnal seizures I believe.
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The "XR" stands for Extended Release.The previous medication being taken by your son was most likely Keppra, but in the immediate...
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Hi Sorry to say this, but first she needs to get her weight down by a 100 pounds, being overweight is a way of shutting down her periods and...
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Hi This piece below has come from this site below http://www.caringforkids.cps.ca/handouts/healthy_bowel_habits Healthy bowel habits for children...
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There is no direct relationship to high blood pressure in children and autism. Even though this is not the case with your son, there is some medical...
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Yes, these medications are therapeutic options available to help in controlling feelings of anxiety. Both of the medications mentioned in your...
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The diagnosis process used by many doctors is called "Differential Diagnosis". Essentially a list of the top possible conditions is...
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You may not have the medical skills to be able to differentiate the wide array of seizure-related symptoms, so it would be best to leave this up to...
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Just cause it doesn't happen a lot. Does not mean you shouldn't look further into this. My daughter has had similar episodes which ended up...
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No...there are no blood tests that would determine if you had a stroke or a seizure.
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Some of that sounds like typical teenage issues. For the seizures, and terrors I would schedule an appointment with a doctor. 
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