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i need help with my Epilepsy

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  • Posted By: metal281985
  • April 17, 2013
  • 10:17 AM

hi there, how are you?

i really need help with my condition cause i'm really confused
it started six years ago when i had a car accident and after that i lived normally, until a few months ago i lost conscious without a reason. after that i started to have these sexual illusions like i'm having sex with no one while i'm awake, i starts by feeling numbness in both legs and it starts after that, and after that everyone i touch feels the same thing,

when i went to i doctor and done digital EEG and brain CT, i turns out that i'm having some kind of calcified focal in the right region of the brain, which led the doctor to a conclusion of focal epilepsy with probable temporal lobe origin.

the doctor told me to take Tegretol as a treatment for the rest of me life

what i need to know is
is there such kind of epilepsy? and why do i hurt everyone around me? and how can i avoid that?

thank you in regard

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  • Suggest neurosurgical opinion is possible to remove lesion. It will help diagnosis and cause of possible seizures. It can be parasitic lesion or slow growing tumor. Unless MRI suggests scar. May need to repeat MRI if not done in past year.
    Rameshchheda 2 Replies Flag this Response
  • try to take vitamin B3, Niacin (niacinamide), vitamin E. Better yet, look up the best vitamins to take for your condition... I think after taking the vitamins, your body will heal on its own. It will probably work slowly but your body needs these vitamins. You could look up Abram Hoffwe, MD, PhD and Andrew W. Saul, PhD 's documentary on how important vitamins are. m reading their book Orthomolecular Medicine for Everone. It has some stuff about epilepsy in it. Dont drown yourself only on medication. Please use vitamins as well. Your body naturally needs vitamins. not medicine. Goodluck
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