Loss Of Consciousness A Few Seconds And Bedwetting.?
Afternoon, when I was little I was diagnosed with neurological disease. But it was never clearly told what the actual name of the disease was. In the past, which I often experienced when I was cool to play or do any activity, suddenly I was silent and whatever objects that I was holding would fall, even I could not hold urine to wet. As if my time stopped for a few seconds. But then I came back to my senses and wondered why I was like that. What exactly did I experience at that time?
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There are so many types of diseases that can attack the nerves. Enabling the diagnosis of this neurological disease cannot be done carelessly. There is a need for a comprehensive physical examination by a doctor, accompanied also by in-depth interviews and several supporting tests, for example brain records, CT scans, MRI, laboratories, and so on.
If judging at a glance from the information you convey, it is likely that the neurological disease in question is epilepsy. This epilepsy occurs due to a disruption in electrical activity in the brain that causes periods of recurring seizures, or the appearance of abnormalities in behavior, sensations, and sometimes even a decrease in consciousness. Clinically, the symptoms of epilepsy can be very diverse. The type of epilepsy as you experience it may be part of a seizure absence (absence seizure, petit mal), which is a form of seizures that are often experienced by children, where suddenly his vision will be fixed in a space, a subtle movement such as the eye appears flickering or lips like chewing, or there is also a decrease in consciousness (fainting). It could also, the form of seizures that you experience is part of a tonic spasm, where the muscles of the body will become stiff, so you are no longer able to hold objects properly (such as a spoon) and even control your desire to urinate.
Various conditions can cause epilepsy, including genetic factors, history of head injury, have certain brain conditions (such as tumors or strokes), infections, prenatal injuries, developmental disorders, and so on.
Aside from epilepsy, various clinical symptoms like yours may also be caused by other factors, such as febrile seizures, cerebral palsy, brain tumors, intracranial bleeding, psychological disorders, and so on.
As noted above, without involving a comprehensive examination, it is very difficult for us to identify exactly what is causing your complaint. However, if there are no more complaints that you are experiencing regarding the neurological disorder, you really don't need to worry.
However, for more details, you can check yourself directly to the doctor or the nearest neurologist.
I hope this helps.