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CπŸ’œ Nov 25
Time to restart the seizure free clock, I went nearly 13 weeks without one which is an achievement in itself. Now I have a target to beat πŸ’œ πŸ’œ πŸ’œ
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TalkAboutIt.org Nov 25
It might be hard to wrap our heads around Thanksgiving during this very difficult year, but please know each of you gives us strength to keep the fight going to end the stigma around and cure . Let us continue to find strength and hope in each other. And peace.
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CπŸ’œ Nov 21
This is what I thought when I posted about my story with epilepsy, never be ashamed of something that has made you be stronger! πŸ’œ πŸ’œ πŸ’œ
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SeizureTriggers Nov 23
Replying to @BrainAblaze
I love technology; speech to text, audio books, etc. So thankful. Scrolling on our phones, pads, computers, and excessive technology time can be a trigger for many people. πŸ’œ
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Scott Decker Nov 21
Yesterday was a long rough day of testing...will take some time to hear back from doctors. Hoping we can find some clues to the hard down turn my health has taken.
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Oak Consult Health Nov 26
TikTok adds new feature to allow people to skip videos that induce
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purplewarrior5.1 Nov 22
Hello friends! I've missed you all the last few days but the rest was necessary. I think I slept more in the last 3 days than I ever have. lol The rest was a much needed one though.
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SeizureTriggers Nov 23
Replying to @BrainAblaze
This could be a seizure trigger in so many different ways. What are people eating as well as how much right... food dyes, MSG, pesticides, certain meats... these can be . They are for me.
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Novela Neuro Nov 21
So so so excited to share this with the community! For , we are doing a special pre-order for nEureka! πŸ’œπŸ˜ It's got amazing features to monitor your , meds and so much more!
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Writer | Owner of Roguish Neurons | VNS Robot πŸ’ͺπŸ’œ Nov 23
Replying to @KetoforEpilepsy
I have cameras set up at home, so the number of seizures I'm having can be recorded accurately. I live alone, & don't often get warnings about my , they may even pass without my knowledge. It's helped. It's weird, & taken some getting used to, but it's worth it. πŸ’ͺπŸ’œ
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Wesley Kerr Nov 20
Replying to @wesleytkerr
Example: Patients with /functional have more symptoms on review-of-systems than patients with . But, when you use review-of-systems as a screening measure to identify DS/FS, it does poorly.
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socal.epilepsy Nov 20
Fun fact: does not necessarily mean having all day every day. I don’t need to be having 24/7/365 to be under the title of ☺️
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Joanne Smith Nov 20
Busy day. I have to keep busy with business stuff. ❀️ 2 more lotion scents and 2 more shower frostings to go to be ready for Black Friday! oh, while at it, 4 more yrs Patriots!! I love u all family!
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Mount Sinai Neurosurgery Nov 20
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CatKimb Nov 20
Whenever J has a seizure, the cat comes running ❀️
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The Brain Recovery Project 15h
Thank you for this helpful summary about , , and .
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Gina Marie Nov 20
4yo has been having trouble with lately. He had one this morning that was different than the usual ones he's been having. Took him to see his doctor. Doctor said it's time to see a neurologist. Just waiting for them to call me so we can set up an appointment.
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UCLA Neurology Nov 23
The onset of seizures and subsequent diagnosis of is common in childhood. Dr. Raman Sankar led a study to evaluate long-term safety & tolerability outcomes of adjunctive eslicarbazepine acetate (ESL) in children with focal .
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EPIC LI Nov 22
Who gets febrile and how are they treated?
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Ring20UK Nov 20
Georgina raises awareness for syndrome she explains how Ring20 forms in the chromosome and explains the symptoms, diagnosis and the genetic journey!
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