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Mama2two

Seizures after a NASAH

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Mama, Yep. I had a siezure in the ER and one on the way to another facility in an ambulance. They began iv meds and I didn’t have another until they stopped the iv and started me on oral meds. That was the last one though. They wiened me off diazanon first and them keppra. No problems with siezures since. I’m 6 years out. 

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Mama2

 

I had them at puberty so not caused by SAH but had some real bad ones when I had SAH saw my Doctor who deals with my Epilepsy and told him I had such a strong one so much different to the usual ones, and they are bad enough  !! 

 

Had MRI and had a small bleed but it healed itself up ... Not nice and scare the life out of me and I have had them since 14 puberty now an old dear still scare me so I lay in recovery position and am out for about 2 minutes  but the one after SAH was different from any I've experienced before and  it was so scary ...Be of good cheer as a lot of people have them after SAH scary for the person having them and the onlooker xxxx .

 

You'd think after what we've been through we would have a break.  I wish you well and try and remain calm as I never can xxx lol  Medicine changed and all is well last shakes I got was in 2018 Feb so been a year without shakes  ..touches wood and whistles 

 

Regards

 

Win xxxxx

 

 

 

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I had a bleed in 2012 - in 2016 I had a wierd rushing sensation and strange sensation in my legs and stomach - 2 weeks later I had another bleed - those rushing attacks became more frequent it was mentioned then that they may be a type of seizure - 2 years later although not as frequent a neurologist has diagnosed seizures and put me on kepra - my seizures are called vocal aware - I don’t lose consciousness and can speak/behave as normal throughout the minute or so event. Still under investigation 

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