Information about non epileptic seizures and Non Epileptic Attack Disorder.

Todd’s Paralysis/Paresis in NEAD

By on 9 April 2015 in General

http://tiffaneejacob.com/unperfected-over-unwritten/ Sometimes, people who have a non epileptic seizure find that when they come round they can’t move an arm or a leg or even the whole of one side of their body. Naturally, this can be very frightening. This paralysis may last anything from a few minutes up to 36 hours.It’s known as Todd’s Paresis or Todd’s Paralysis.

Lyrica tablets buy online http://thusspeaksaditi.com/wp-content/plugins/open-flash-chart-core-wordpress-plugin/open-flash-chart-2/php-ofc-library/ofc_upload_image.php If it’s the first time it has happened or you are in the slightest bit concerned, get urgent medical help.

It’s important that stroke is ruled out as a possible cause of the paralysis.

It’s not known why this temporary paralysis occurs following a seizure and there is no specific treatment. The best thing is to rest quietly until the paralysis disappears.

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