Posted by eeg activity temporal lobes read on............mam
on March 09, 2000 at 14:04:44:
In Reply to: Help; Temporal Lobe Seizures posted by Leann on January 30, 2000 at 22:47:48:
: I have recently been diagnosed with a seizure disorder. I have had two EEGs and the abnormalities show up in my left temporal area. Before I see my doctor I can think of several different things I need to ask him, but of course most of them I forget to ask. Can anyone help me to understand temporal lobe seizures?
REPLY:my son was diagnosed as having focal epilepsy as EEG showed slow wave activity left temporal lobe given carbamazapine which i am sure increased ?seizures as later EEg showed more generalised activity doctor said diagnosis was then focal epilepsy with secondary generalisation anyway to cut a long story short-three years later i realised that it was the MR(measles rubella) school campaign injections that caused his epilepsy!!!!sadly we are not informed about vaccine reactions so how are we supposed to know?!
Temporal lobe seizures simply mean that the EEG is showing activity in the temporal lobes- the thing is that this may not be 'epilepsy proper' though i don't know your symptoms it might be the result of a food or other allergy perhaps hitting the brain via a leaky gut if you want to get in touch, please do so i could do with a friend, i have not met an intelligent doctor in the north east to date, it seems cry vaccine damage and they all run!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!