When would continuous twitching movements not be called a seizure?

0
Posted

When would continuous twitching movements not be called a seizure?

0

There are all sorts of movement disorders that involve muscle twitching that do not involve a seizure. Seizures – Neurology [posted 8/6/98] Question: About 3 years ago my husband starting getting seizures, and they only came every few months. Over the years they have now come on a regular basis (almost daily). He says if feels like either the left half or right half of his brain tightens, the center being around the temple area. When he gets these attacks he seems very disoriented and he seems to loose sense of time. Moving lights or anything moving at a fast pace will trigger the seizure. They also seem to come when he sleeps. He cries out in pain and has described it as if he really believes that the area around his temple is swollen. To look at that area it seems normal although to place your finger on it you can feel a rapid pulse. He is scared he’s going to have an aneurysm. Are these symptoms of one? Is there anything you can tell me regarding the symptoms I have given you and wh

Related Questions