My hubby has been having seizures since August of 2012. He's being seen by a neurologist but they've not been able to tell what the cause is yet. Today he had at least 2 confirmed seizures though the Dr at the ER he went to via ambulance thinks there might've been more from my hubby's description of 2 other incidences. And they've diagnosed him as Epeleptic. They didnt say what type though because they want me to contact his neurologist first thing Monday morning.
So I was wondering what types there are. He doesnt have the tremors all the time but does pass out though from my view its like hes sleeping. And he loses his hearing a lot afterwards though it gradually comes back but has an annoying ringing in one if not both ears afterward.
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