EpilepsyMy daughter began having absence seizures at age 8 1/2 triggered by dilation drops in her eyes (cyclopentolate). Her seizures became partial complex seizures after being a few days on a high dose of Pulsatilla (2 years later). When she took the pulsatilla, she began to lose her balance and lose urine. After stopping, she did not lose her balance as much, but the nature of her seizures was forever changed. She now rolls her eyes, bobs her head, and wobbles, but catches her balance. If she bumps something, she seems somewhat aware for a second as she catches herself, then goes back into the seizure. They only last a few seconds. She occasionally had hallucinations (another side effect of the drops), but hasn't had any in several months. She is now 12 1/2. She had a healthy, natural birth, was never immunized, was jaundice as a baby, very plump for a while and spit up often. She is the oldest child, is very cautious, caring, extremely sensitive to pains (herself and others - physical and emotional), can be stubborn, likes to lead if she manages to get into a leadership position, is creative, extremely artistic, loves stories and reading, has a wonderful memory for details, and rarely chooses to be active. She often gets eczema, esp. on her back and shoulders. She used to sleepwalk and seemed like she was frantically trying to tell me something when she would sleepwalk and she would cry. She has had lazy eye (unnoticeable), but it was corrected through vision therapy. She is left handed and has dark hair and eyes. Does anyone have any suggestions for her? Thank you.
pitterpatter on 2013-10-09
[message edited by Zady101 on Wed, 09 Oct 2013 20:25:51 BST]
♡ Zady101 8 years ago
to rule that out as a cause.
answers on your thread with Zady.
♡ simone717 8 years ago
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