Can Epilepsy Completely Recover?
In 2015, I was sentenced to brain tuberculosis (there was an infection in the brain) I had followed all the examinations. Until finally the doctor said there was no infection, and in the verdict of epilepsy Because I still often have seizures. Even now. All of my body aches, especially my left hand and leg. During sleep sometimes my brain feels like an electric shock. When squatting from the hips to the feet immediately nyut2an. I can’t move normally because I always feel pain in my body. Is my epilepsy severe or what? I feel tired, want to recover. Too many drugs go in until the stomach acid also goes up … stomach hurts.
Good morning, thanks for asking at HealthReplies.com. We understand your anxiety and are also concerned about what you've been through. A seizure is a condition when the central nervous system, specifically the brain, experiences a disruption in electrical activity that causes tightening and slacking movements that cannot be controlled by the sufferer. All forms of disorders of the brain, whether it is in the form of infections, bleeding, blocked blood flow, brain injury, chemical imbalances, or diseases such as epilepsy can cause seizures.
In your case, if you have already undergone examination and treatment, the steps you are taking are actually correct. As for if your condition is not completely healed, this is because epilepsy is indeed not curable, it can only be stabilized with the use of drugs, as well as HIV, diabetes, lupus and schizophrenia. However, if you have been unstable so far, often recur, etc., our advice is that you should be more routinely control and mention to the doctor that the treatment given so far has not been successful, or consult a neurologist. Because there are indeed some diseases that are not typical, and can not be treated only in one meeting.
The point is that regardless of what condition you are experiencing, the most entitled to provide treatment to you is a doctor who checks you directly. So again as a patient, the choice you have is to routinely control the same doctor or go to another neurologist. So, hopefully answering your question.