Causes Often Experience Seizures When Fatigue?
I have had a seizure a month or two. When I am tired I usually experience seizures and seizures that I have not experienced for up to five minutes but I bite my tongue. left there is a problem, my doctor hasn’t been able to confirm what happened before doing a CT scan of the brain using a good tool to be able to find out what a blood clot is due to a hard impact or something else. Can this be cured or not? What medications do I take from my doctor have an effect on ginjil or not?
Thank you for the question.
Need to be clarified, what exactly did the results of your brain record check go through? Besides brain record, are there any other tests that you also go through? Aside from seizures, have other complaints arisen? What medicines did the doctor give you?
Seizures are caused by disrupted brain electrical activity. Bleeding in the brain can indeed be one of the triggers. This brain hemorrhage can occur due to various reasons, such as uncontrolled hypertension, head injuries, drug side effects, cerebral aneurysms, and so on. In addition to brain hemorrhage, seizures can also occur due to epilepsy, metabolic disorders, brain tumors, brain infections or their lining, electrolyte balance disorders, certain genetic disorders, psychiatric disorders, and so on.
Seizure management can be done by administering anti-seizure drugs, and several other therapeutic modalities are adjusted to the cause of the seizure, its severity, and the patient's general health condition. As for anti-seizure drugs that can be given can vary, some have a negative impact on kidney health, some are not. The doctor who examines you directly, with his competence and experience, would certainly better understand the type of treatment that is most appropriate for your condition, and at least the risk.
Without checking you directly, it is not right for us to determine what is the right treatment for your condition, assess whether the treatment your doctor has given is right or not, and whether your condition can be completely cured or not. Therefore, you should consult this matter directly with your doctor or neurologist who is examining you.
I hope this helps.