hi my two year old son had seizures from last one and a half year. he was prescribed for levipill 100mg. he s found to be delayed mile stone. i wanted to know if it is one of the side effects of levipill. will he be able to recover his milestone after physiothereapy treatment once a week
I have had 31 mini? Seizures since August. Sometimes I have 2-3 in a day and my whole body kicks out from the legs waist and head gets pulled in weird direction and my arms are doing their own thing. They last about 30 min. I also feel electrical feeling in certain part of head. I'm not under more stress than anyone else. 3 months ago I had gamma knife radiation for trigeminal neuralgia and am on seizure medicine. I can get these anytime of day. Am also on klonipin 3 x' per day . Afraid to drive or do anything else. Help no answers. What about dinner and flying. Afraid to do that. Neuro thinks i dont need to worry and its probable just stress.Anyone have a suggestion 08trish2014
One thing that concerns me is I get pressure on the right side of my head that goes from my sinus to my ear as well all on that side. I have had this pressure for a long time. They said this thing they think they saw on the mri is in the m1 segment wherever that is.
I can understand your confusion. Both MRI and CT scan can be used to screen for an aneurysm/dilatation. MRI is a safer option as it does not expose a patient to radiation, but the quality of image is poor as compared to CT scan (which exposes a patient to radiation). In case of doubt, CT scan imaging is done. So, yes, it is possible that a MRI is unable to catch a small aneurysm or gives a false image of an aneurysm/dilatation. So, if there is no change in the lesion detected as compared to previous MRI, there is no need to worry. Even if you repeat a CT now, the results will be same as they were two years earlier. Please discuss with your doctor. Take care!
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