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Is it Epilepsy or other
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Plz send me some tips for me (read below, my problems) :-

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First Attack (in 1996) : In the morning when I woke-up I was trembleling (just like Epilepsy) and filling myself action-less for some time (about 3-4 minutes) after some time everything was normal.


Second Attack (in 2004) : Also in the morning when I woke-up I was trembleling (just like Epilepsy) and filling myself action-less for some time (about 4-5 minutes) after some time everything was normal.



Third Attack (09/02/2009, 5:30 AM) : It was also in the morning when I woke-up I was trembleling (just like Epilepsy) and filling myself action-less for some time (about 5-6 minutes). In this attack I fell unconscious for 30 minutes. After this atack this attack attempted again after 2 hours when I tried to go some where and again I fell unconscious for 20 minutes.


Medicine I am taking :-

(1). Eptoin 100mg (Phenytoin Tablets I.P. 100mg)
(2). Folvite Tablets (Folic Acid Tablets I.P. 5mg)
(3). Cobadex Forte (Vitamin B-12, B-complex with vitamin C Capsules)


Now I want to know Is it really Epilepsy or any other deses.  

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EEG Report shows : Nil
CT Scan Report shows : A accidental cut mark (about 1 inch) on my top head.
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help me plz (I am filling helpless now) plz......plz....plz
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657231 tn?1453836403
What does your neurologist say? Sounds like a neurological issue.
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  Extremely low cortisol and low blood sugar can cause morning shaking and fatigue, and can cause you to fall unconscious.  It could be a neurological problem, but you need to have some blood tests done to rule out other causes. Adrenal caused hypoglycemia is not uncommon.
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